Tag: indian arts and crafts act
Lisa J. Ellwood
NJ Court: "Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape are Sovereign Tribe" Civil rights violation lawsuit against New Jersey can proceed
There are plenty of un-enrolled Indian artists who have the background to challenge the gatekeepers of Native identity – Jimmie Durham is not one of them.
The need for stricter laws in regards to fake Native art was a topic at a recent hearing where it was said that as much as 80 percent of Native art is fake.
ICMN Guest Editorial
Jimmie Durham currently has a traveling exhibit that has renewed the conversation about his false claim of indigenous heritage.
Santa Fe’s cultural map isn’t as inclusive of the Native American population in the city as it could have been.
The Protect Sovereign Native Art Initiative, launched in February, seeks to curb the manufacture, marketing and sale of fake Native jewelry and art.
Oceti Sakowin razed, Sean Spicer caught in an 'alternative fact,' and artistry galore during The Week That Was in Indian country, February 25, 2017.
Five individuals are being charged with violating the Indian Arts and Crafts Act after allegedly importing and selling fake Native American jewelry.
American Indian artist Peggy Fontenot deserves far more respect than she gets from Steve Russell in his November 28 column.
Peggy Fontenot and the Pacific Legal Foundation has filed a lawsuit challenging an Oklahoma law, the American Indian Arts and Crafts Sales Act.
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