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Robert Williams’ “Like a Loaded Weapon” critiques federal Indian law as racist, yet misses the mark and exposes Indian rights to danger.
Stephen Kinzer's ‘The True Flag’ presents a misunderstood abbreviation of U.S. history and American Imperialism otherwise marring what could have been a good book.
What should Native Americans take away from the experience at Standing Rock NoDAPL fight and what have we learned?
In the latest Dakota Access Pipeline fight, the Yankton Sioux are challenging the federal Indian law concept of “plenary power’.
Oceti Sakowin razed, Sean Spicer caught in an 'alternative fact,' and artistry galore during The Week That Was in Indian country, February 25, 2017.
Peter Cozzens’ latest book on the Indian Wars was described as “entertaining” yet it is another attempt at whitewashing history.
Indian country wins: Northern Cree wows the Grammys, uranium cleanup commences on the Navajo Nation, and SIxties Scoop children validated.
The Army Corps of Engineers statement from December 2016 does not align with Robert Speer’s comments from February 7 on Dakota Access Pipeline.
The fact that Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein weeps over the monstrous acts committed against Native Peoples isn’t the only ironic connection to Natives.
Evo Morales, Bowling Green Massacre NYC, and arrested journalist Jenni Monet in The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, February 5–12, 2017.
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