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Two Kinds of Racism: A Call for Clarity

Greg Howard, writing in The New York Times Magazine recently ["The Easiest Way to Get Rid of Racism? Just Redefine It"], offered an innovative critique of white people claiming to be victims of racism. He used the concept of "gaslighting" to describe the process, explaining gaslighting as an to...
A call for Obama officials to improve Native voting rights

A call for Obama officials to improve Native voting rights

WASHINGTON – Voter rights advocates are calling on the Obama administration’s Justice Department to improve the system for Native Americans. The calls have grown louder since the release of a new report by the American Civil Liberties Union, which concludes that American Indians continue to face discriminatory policies and that...

Justice Department firing squad targets Indian country

If anyone thought American Indians as a group were ignored by the U.S. government, there is now proof otherwise. Native people, and their votes, are among the main targets of one of the most brazen Republican cover-ups since Watergate. It is becoming clearer by the day that the scandal...

Sections of the Voting Rights Act will soon need reauthorization

WASHINGTON -- The Voting Rights Act, enacted in 1965, will celebrate its 41st anniversary on Aug. 7; yet some provisions of the act, which supporters argue have brought American Indians into the political arena, are due to expire in 2007. American Indian and non-Indian organizations are in the midst compiling...

American Indians and voting

South Dakota has been called "racially hostile" before. In years past, and even to the present, anti-Indian sentiment has not been hard to find. Despite some superlative allies and partners among fair-minded non-Indians in the state, there are enclaves where outright racism and the impetus to "keep Indians down" are as strong ever. This...

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