Tag: native affairs
Victoria Tauli-Corpuz evaluated the United States' progress in acting on Indigenous Peoples' human rights and progress since her predecessor.
U.S. Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-MT) was confirmed by the Senate on March 1 to become the next secretary of the Department of the Interior.
Racially offensive language in politics once draw bipartisan backlash, but when President Trump calls Sen. Warren Pocahontas the GOP shrugs.
There are historical trust and treaty obligations for the federal government and tribes to have real consultation so why does it seem to never happen?
One day after the nomination of Representative Ryan Zinke (R-MT) as the next Secretary of Interior by President-elect Donald Trump, a plethora of political voices from all over the country chimed in with praise or outrage.
U.S. Rep. Betty McCollum expressed grave concern around the potential of President-elect Donald Trump repealing Indian Health Care Improvement Act.
The Seattle School Board has formally recognized the Duwamish Tribe as an indigenous nation that should have a governmental relationship with the U.S.
While much of America enjoys the benefits of high-speed internet or “broadband” – such as distance learning, telemedicine, and online business – a stark contrast exists across Indian country. According to the 2016 Broadband Progress Report of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the agency that oversees broadband regulation, percent...
The second annual issue of 50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 once again highlights the work of a new crop of accomplished individuals like Adam Beach.
Controversial bill touted as alternative to designating Bears Ears in Utah as a national monument moves from committee into House of Representatives.
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