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Stewards of the Land?

Stewards of the Land?

    Ray Cook: I was reading an article about Standing Rock and pipelines, and the term stewards of the land came up in reference to Native nations and people. It was a positive reference—but what does it mean? And what does it mean for us? Is there a teaching here?...
California Coastal Commission Appoints First Native American

California Coastal Commission Appoints First Native American

The California Coastal Commission has made history with the appointment of Ryan Sundberg, Yurok, to its Board of Commissioners. Sundberg is the first Native American to ever be appointed to the 12-member commission in its 41-year history. Sundberg’s position is one of six requiring that an appointee be an official...
42 Bill Clinton

42 Bill Clinton

Fifteen months after taking office, President William Jefferson Clinton made history by inviting tribal leaders to the White House. Of the 556 leaders invited, 322 attended the meeting, during which Clinton fielded questions about economic development, tribal sovereignty, health care, education and government-to-government relationships. The April 1994 event marked first...

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9 Laws and Programs Passed for Indians After the Occupation of Alcatraz

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