Tag: native nation
Native Peoples are called wild savages because they are still running around free of the yoke, the bell, and the Dome of Domination.
Most Native leaders and federal Indian law attorneys consider the word “domination” too shrill, yet the word “conquest” is treated as fairly typical & ordinary
Debra Utacia Krol
From environmental studies to an online master’s program for busy hospitality professionals, universities across the U.S. are offering more and more specialty programs for Native students. Check out these five universities, which offer a cornucopia of educational programs, from hospitality and gaming management to fine arts and law.
Why are do so many pow wows take place under the guise of July 4 celebrations? Perhaps our ancestors learned to use the opportunity to conduct forbidden ceremonies
The Army Corps of Engineers did not do all their homework before approving Dakota Access Pipeline permits according to a U.S. District Court Judge.
A lesson learned from Tigerswan: The defense of Native sovereignty demands more than understanding of U.S. federal Indian law.
The First Peoples Fund received $500,000 from the Northwest Area Foundation to build an arts ecosystem that will support Native artists.
Sixty years after Max Lerner wrote “America As a Civilization,” an examination of how Native nations are working to identify the domination imposed on them.
Democratic Party struggles to find its footing in a new world of politics and policy brought on by the election of President Donald Trump.
A two-day forum, organized by the Native Nations Institute discussed the question of “Who belongs?” and issues of tribal disenrollment, tribal kinships, and citizenship.
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