Tag: Jimmy Carter
'It is time that the Federal government recognized that the Indian tribes have the right to determine the course of their lives.'
The poverty of a white coal miner, a black urban factory worker, or an unemployed rez Indian stinks. What's worse is when they turn against each other.
Not retiring! Resting: Suzan Shown Harjo Donates Her Papers, Research and Artwork to the Institute of American Indian Arts
Federal recognition for Indian tribes can mean access to healthcare, and other benefits. In 1978, Pres. Jimmy Carter restored recognition to three Oklahoma tribes.
For the last 70 years, Israel has denied Palestinians their fundamental human rights and continues to refuse to comply with international law.
In celebration of Presidents' Day, ICMN is highlighting some of the best presidents for Indian country, including Richard Nixon and Barack Obama.
A tribe in southwest Colorado has leveraged one of the most sophisticated and aggressive financial plans among Native American tribes.
The tribe’s resource-rich lands in the San Juan Basin, coupled with its off-reservation investments, have enabled the Southern Utes to provide crucial services to its community, as well as dividend...
In a sea of white males running this country, it was difficult to find an indigenous narrative while researching the Presidents of the United States.
Sheena Louise Roetman
A former prosecutor of political prisoner Leonard Peltier is asking President Barack Obama to release Peltier from prison before he leaves office.
Tori Wynecoop (Spokane tribe) was a three-sport athlete after a sexual assault, she is bringing peace to the world.
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