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Interior Posts Federally Recognized Tribes Over Six Months Late

Interior Posts Federally Recognized Tribes Over Six Months Late

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of the Interior published the nation’s list of federally recognized tribes on August 10, over six months after a federal law required the announcement. The notice, which was posted in the Federal Register, included a list of the 566 current federally recognized tribes, but did...

GOP House creates new Indian subcommittee

WASHINGTON – With Republican U.S. House of Representatives settling in to their leadership, Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, has been chosen to chair a newly formed subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs. Washington state Rep. Doc Hastings, the new chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, officially announced Young’s at...
GOP House Creates New Indian Subcommittee

GOP House Creates New Indian Subcommittee

WASHINGTON – With Republican U.S. House of Representatives settling in to their leadership, Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska, has been chosen to chair a newly formed subcommittee on Indian and Alaska Native Affairs. Washington state Rep. Doc Hastings, the new chairman of the House Natural Resources Committee, officially announced Young’s at...
Shinnecock Nation is No. 565

Shinnecock Nation is No. 565

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. – After 32-and-a-half years on the BIA waiting list, countless lawsuits, numerous steps forward followed by an equal or greater number of steps back, the Shinnecock Indian Nation took its place as the 565th federally acknowledged American Indian tribe in a nation-to-nation relationship with the United government...

Gunn: When myth and justice collide

On Oct. 7, the United States Senate passed the Native American Apology Resolution. The Senate apologized to Native Americans for the “long history of official depredations and ill-conceived policies by the federal government regarding Indian tribes.” These depredations and policies included the “forced removal” of Indians from their “armed...

2007 was an ‘ugly year’ for some Northeastern tribes

BOSTON - Sovereignty-crushing court rulings; a slimy algae bloom in a traditionally sacred river; a tribe once targeted by a state-sponsored eugenics program denied federal acknowledgment; another tribe's ongoing epic legal battle to restore its own federal acknowledgment; and plain old judicial inertia were some of the aspects life...

Shinnecock community heals after drug raid

SHINNECOCK, N.Y. - The Shinnecock community is pulling together after a massive police raid in which nine tribal members were arrested on drug, weapons and conspiracy charges. The tribe's board of trustees called a tribal meeting on April 21, the day after local and federal law enforcement personnel raided reservation...

Shinnecocks’ recognition swamped in litigation

SHINNECOCK, N.Y. - Long before the Shinnecock Indian Nation became embroiled in its lawsuits and controversy over casino plans, it was one of the first Indian nations in the country to file for federal acknowledgement in 1978 under what were then the BIA's newly established regulations. Back then, tribe...

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Attempt by Congress to Steal Native Sovereignty Unconstitutional

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