Tag: native american sovereignty
Native nations march on Washington D.C. along with allies to oppose the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) and support indigenous rights.
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?
Reactions from federal officials and leaders followed the Department of Army’s announcement to deny Dakota Access Pipeline permits.
Labor For Standing Rock, rank-and-file union members, were in Standing Rock showing support for the water protectors against Dakota Access Pipeline.
Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva
We’re nearing the end of a congressional session that saw Native American sovereignty rise to the greatest national prominence it’s had in decades. From the Dakota Access Pipeline to nationwide efforts to protect sacred land and historic sites, Indian country is finally getting a portion of the political media...
Long lines. No seats. Serious rain. Unity under fire. Simon Moya-Smith, Culture Editor, takes a raw look into the Democratic National Convention.
Bernie Sanders's camp says he supports marijuana operations as an industry in Indian country. "But does Hillary Clinton?" asks Simon Moya-Smith.
Billy Frank Jr. fought Washington State to honor treaties written in the 1850s giving Native Americans the right to fish, he's now being honored.
Spotted Crow Mann
It is said that everything in creation has a purpose. The honeybee collects nectar from flowers and assists with the plants propagation while providing us with a healthy snack. An ant helps turn up soil and aids in the important work of decomposition. From bears to bats, every plays...
Revered activist Suzan Shown Harjo will be honored April 17 with a homecoming celebration in Concho, Oklahoma, hosted by the Arapaho and Cheyenne tribes.
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