Charles Wilkinson's new book, The People Are Dancing Again: The History of the Siletz Tribe of Western Oregon describes how a tribe "terminated" by the federal government fought to regain its identity.
by Chérie Newman,
Mar 06, 2011
The late activist Alison Gottfriedson was one of many Indians who saw selling tax-free cigarettes as an act of Native sovereignty.
by Krista Kapralos,
Aug 12, 2009
The U.N. Human Rights Council believes that South Dakota's Black Hills
belong to their native Sioux inhabitants -- but do most Americans even
understand the issue?
by Paul VanDevelder,
Jun 07, 2012
Washington has become the third state to require that
would-be lawyers taking the bar exam know more than a little about
by Eve Rickert,
Sep 17, 2007
Navajo Nation opens arms to coal-fired Desert Rock power
plant; plan to trade public lands for schools is pulled off table;
EPA has new Homeland Security position
by Laura Paskus,
May 29, 2006
Recent court decision puts tribal governments at
by Terri C. Hansen,
Apr 22, 2008