Tag: tribal law
Dartmouth nearly had a Native as Dean of Faculty, but vicious attacks caused Native American Studies professor Bruce Duthu to reconsider.
The U.S. Supreme Court recently decided Lewis v. Clarke with a decision that strains the fabric of tribal immunity law and questions tribal sovereignty.
During his eighth and final White House Tribal Nations Conference, President Barack Hussein Obama delivered an intimate message to Native Americans.
“This whole time, I’ve heard you,” he told tribal leaders who gathered in Washington, D.C., in September 2016. But Obama’s comments were intended for a wider audience—all Natives in respective...
Harold A. Monteau
The SCOTUS opinion in Lewis v. Clarke is a narrow decision that could end up having a large effect on the full vitality of tribal sovereign immunity.
The latest video in the series: Indigenous with Stacey Thunder video series highlights the spiritual power and unity at Standing Rock and #NoDAPL
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.
NCAI president Brain Cladoosby was vocal about the need for a trust relationship with the Trump administration in his State of Indian Nations address.
In celebration of Presidents' Day, ICMN is highlighting some of the best presidents for Indian country, including Richard Nixon and Barack Obama.
Evo Morales, Bowling Green Massacre NYC, and arrested journalist Jenni Monet in The Week That Was: The Big Stories in Indian Country, February 5–12, 2017.
Federal appeals court Judge Neil Gorsuch, 49, has been selected by President Donald Trump to fill the U.S. Supreme Court associate justice position
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