Tag: native american policy
'It is time that the Federal government recognized that the Indian tribes have the right to determine the course of their lives.'
The generally nonpartisan Subcommittee on Indian, Insular and Alaska Native Affairs took a sharp turn to the right at its July 13 oversight hearing on trust land.
Two recent election results in Oklahoma should have Rep. Markwayne Mullin especially concerned.
Chris James, a veteran of the U.S. Department of the Treasury and U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), started his new role as president and CEO of the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development today.
James joins the longest-running Native American economic development organization the same year that it its...
There are three lessons that the Hillary Clinton campaign could learn from team Bernie Sanders.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders stumps through Indian country, conversing with elders, youth, and fights for the earth: Manning.
A Washington Post poll claims 9 out of 10 Native Americans have no problem with the name of the Washington football team. But it ignores the harm.
Tanya H. Lee
Mary L. Smith, Cherokee, and new principal deputy director of the Indian Health Service recently talked with ICTMN about her vision for the future.
Simon Moya-Smith, ICTMN Culture Editor, apocalyptically responds to a questionnaire about police brutality. by the University of California-Berkeley.
Hillary Clinton’s campaign announced the endorsement of her nomination by more than 30 Native American leaders in Washington State.
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