Tag: indian status
Taking a closer look at indigenous identity within Central, Latin and North America
While Stanford University worked to increase its Native student attendance in the 60s, those Native students wanted to see the university's racist mascot changed.
Stealing Indian children is lucrative when the violations of the Indian Child Welfare Act are minimal in comparison and tribes have little to no voice
Many of the now-grown, 20,000 indigenous children ripped from their families during the Canadian government's Sixties Scoop want redress for their loss of cultural identity.
In the recent Supreme Court of Canada decision in Daniels v. Canada (Indian Affairs and Northern Development), 2016 SCC 12, the Court was asked to resolve the question of whether “Metis” (Mixed Bloods) and “Non-Status Indians” were Indians under the Constitution and Laws of Canada. The Canadian Supreme found...
Reuel S. Amdur
Métis and other indigenous people celebrate Supreme Court of Canada ruling giving them federal Indian status, and makes them eligible for fed benefits
Dr. Dean Chavers
Wallace “Chief” Newman had an affect on Indians probably more than anyone else in the 20th century—he also affect on Richard Nixon.
NCAI stands with NICWA, who called for an informed, balanced response to an ICWA case involving 6-year-old Lexi in California.
Indigenous Peoples in Canada look to Liberal Party's Prime Minister designate Justin Trudeau to make good on a host of campaign promises.
Mary Annette Pember
The road to healing the intergenerational trauma wrought by residential schools in Canada and beyond is long and arduous, but it is happening.
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