Tag: diane humetewa
A beloved pow wows emcee walks on, federal budget gives chump change, and DAPL marches on, in Indian country the week of April 9.
Debra Utacia Krol
U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson became the latest member of the judiciary to stand up to President Donald Trump’s attempts at a so-called Muslim ban.
Tanya H. Lee
Robert Odawi Porter speaking at the “Native Peoples, Native Politics” conference at Harvard said the American law system is a weapon against Natives.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Learning about Native American women empowers youth, writes Indian Country Today contributing columnist Sarah Sunshine Manning.
The Thing About Skins: Dear President Obama: A Letter of Recommendation for Diane Humetewa for The Supreme Court
Tanya H. Lee
Diane J. Humetewa, the first American Indian woman to serve on the federal bench, could be in line to become the first Native Supreme Court justice.
The Loop 202 expansion – a 22-mile, 8-lane highway, which will run west from Chandler, Arizona, threatens the Moahdak Do’ag sacred site.
More notable Native Americans! Get to know Rickie Fowler, Sam Deloria, Renae Yellowhorse, Shoni Schimmel, and Diane Humetewa
The National Native American Law Students Association’s moot court prepares the next generation of tribal lawyers.
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