Tag: native people
Debra Utacia Krol
The 14th annual Construction in Indian Country (CIIC) conference, held April 17-19 in Phoenix, brought together more than 200 people from the construction industry, academia and tribal leadership to learn about current best practices in the booming business of building Indian country. The conference is part of the of...
Mary Annette Pember
Danny came to our family through the Indian Child Welfare Act, which was enacted to end the near-wholesale removal of Native children.
A cannon sounded at high noon on April 22, 1889, signaling the beginning of a frantic land rush into newly opened Indian lands in Oklahoma Territory.
California Senator Benjamin Hueso wants to designate San Salvador as the state’s “official state ship of discovery” without acknowledging the brutal history
On January 7, the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission (NNHRC) held a hearing to discuss police brutality directed towards Navajo citizens in Gallup.
Dwanna L. Robertson
Taking a closer look at what exactly Indian gaming is, and where those riches from an Indian casino goes.
Invoking the 1855 Treaty of Point Elliott was risky for the Lummi, but its success in fending off a coal terminal at Cherry Point, known as Xwe'chi'eXen, paid off.
The battle against the Dakota Access Pipeline got the world to recognize the humanity of Native Americans of the 21st century, even if a little.
The Longest Walk: These 30 Native Americans are running for sobriety for 4,000 miles through 12 states, stopping at 56 communities.
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