Tag: native american rights
It’s been 30 years since the Supreme Court decision California v. Cabazon — ICMN takes a look back at the case that changed everything.
On February 8, 1887, U.S. President Grover Cleveland signed the Dawes Act into law, introducing private land ownership to American Indians.
A member of the Three Affiliated Tribes who co-founded the largest firm in the nation that focuses exclusively on federal Indian law is being recognized by the American Bar Association (ABA) with its Spirit of Excellence Award.
Raised on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, Thomas W. Fredericks practiced...
Sen. John Hoeven was elected to serve as chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs with a controversial track record in Indian country.
Tanya H. Lee
President-elect Donald Trump’s pick of Betsy DeVos to head up the Department of Education may not be a good one for Native American students.
Part V of ICTMN’s 50 Faces of Indian Country 2016 features Wes Studi, Dave Archambault II, Tanaya Beatty, and others.
A new book and documentary film, Mashpee Nine, by Paula Peters, tells a story of "cultural justice" that grew from injustice.
The Ford Foundation has made $7 million in grants in recent years for American Indian projects.
The W.K. Kellogg Foundation currently is funding more than 40 projects active in Indian country, for a total of more than $30 million.
Sarah Sunshine Manning
More water protectors are needed as the Dakota Access Pipeline inches closer and closer to the Missouri River near the Standing Rock reservation.
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