Tag: the dawes act
The poverty of a white coal miner, a black urban factory worker, or an unemployed rez Indian stinks. What's worse is when they turn against each other.
Gabriel S. Galanda
With the Indian Reorganization Act the federal government introduced the idea of “membership” to Native nations, which has led tribes down a dangerous path.
Killers of the Flower Moon shows that 100 years after the Reign of Terror in Osage we still have genetic and ethnic Indians trading blood for oil.
Adam Fortunate Eagle, one of the occupation of Alcatraz organizers, speaks with ICMN about how one of the most successful protests for Natives began, and how it ended.
On April 28, 1897, the Chickasaw and Choctaw agreed to what would be come the Dawes Act, abolishing tribal government and more that led to white settlers.
A cannon sounded at high noon on April 22, 1889, signaling the beginning of a frantic land rush into newly opened Indian lands in Oklahoma Territory.
When the invasion arrived and slowly swept across this vast land each of us began to experience increasing loss of access to the great abundance.
Interior Department staff will be at the Tulalip Resort Casino on April 25 to host their annual listening session about the Buy-Back Program.
Paying a commissioner $5 could get an opportunistic white person on the Dawes Rolls 125 years ago, which still causes problems for tribes today.
In celebration of Presidents' Day, ICMN is highlighting some of the best presidents for Indian country, including Richard Nixon and Barack Obama.
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