Tag: Police Brutality
Sarah Sunshine Manning
From podcasters to protectors, to mothers to teachers, here are six indigenous women who are making an impact on Indian country.
In Washington, D.C., wild Trump fanatics—head to junk in red, white, and blue everything—openly molest marble statues of slave-owners, Indian-killers.
CNN's 'United Shades of America' host said it's imperative that 'we don’t forget to center Native Americans' in discussions on racism in the U.S.
Forty-three years after the occupation ended — and more than a century after the massacre — Wounded Knee still represents a troubled history.
On January 7, the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission (NNHRC) held a hearing to discuss police brutality directed towards Navajo citizens in Gallup.
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.
Loreal Tsingine, a 27-year-old Diné mother, was shot five times by a Winslow Police officer in Arizona in March 2016, and her family is still awaiting justice.
The water protector camps wind down as the departing residents ponder how to keep the fight going, with some of them staying to fight DAPL on the ground at Standing Rock.
The number of Native Americans killed by police nearly doubled in 2016 compared to the previous year, according to reports.
Gov. Dalrymple shows utter disdain for the organic law system of the United States and the “utmost good faith” provision of the Northwest Ordinance.
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