Tag: ramapough lenape
Lisa J. Ellwood
NJ Court: "Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape are Sovereign Tribe" Civil rights violation lawsuit against New Jersey can proceed
Native youth greeted the Native Hawaiian canoe Hokule’a after its journey around the world using ancient Polynesian navigating techniques.
The Comey firing resonates, a blood for oil scandal is exposed, and other stories gripping Indian country during the Week That Was, May 21.
The Ramapough Lenape Nation is appealing for help as the surrounding town of Mahwah, New Jersey, orders anti-pipeline camp dismantled.
Water protectors got through to shareholders at Citibank's annual meeting during the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Peoples' 16th session.
After a three-year voyage, a H?k?le‘a, or a traditional Hawaiian canoe, landed in New York City harbor on June 6.
The Polynesian Hokulea started its journey from Hawaii in 2013, traveling 60,000 miles, visiting 100 ports in 27 nations
A new committee at Rutgers University is charged with exploring “enslaved and disenfranchised populations” in the university’s 249-year history.
A film about the Ramapough Lenape, a Tribe located near New York City, looks at their long and frustrating struggle for federal recognition.
Fewer than one in 1,000 students at Rutgers University is Native—a disparity a group of students, professors and a Native chaplain are trying to fix.
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