Tag: plenary power
The U.S. Congress may have to, and perhaps should, revisit the Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968 in light of the abrogative behavior of tribal governments.
The status of domestic, dependent nations was incoherent in the beginning and has only become more incoherent over time.
Over the course of many centuries, the Vatican promulgated and maintained a mindset of domination and dehumanization.
In the latest Dakota Access Pipeline fight, the Yankton Sioux are challenging the federal Indian law concept of “plenary power’.
The Army Corps of Engineers statement from December 2016 does not align with Robert Speer’s comments from February 7 on Dakota Access Pipeline.
On February 8, 1887, U.S. President Grover Cleveland signed the Dawes Act into law, introducing private land ownership to American Indians.
The United States’ view of reality is premised on an assumed right to dominate our Native nations.
Steven Salaita explores the ways that Palestinians and Zionists both claim to be "like the American Indians."
This election season has been difficult on relationships, and the outcome will be dangerous for Native Americans.
Donald J. Trump was elected President of the U.S. The people still yearn for a strong leader who will make sure the trains run on time.
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