Judge Jeff Davis in Pennington County removed Indian children from their families in 100 percent of the cases before him.
Matthew Scraper: ICWA opponents wrong to cite blood quantum (May 25, 2015)
It is not appropriate to deny a child of the opportunity to be raised in and with their culture, simply because one who is not from or part of that culture deems their blood quantum not to be high enough.
For the dominant power in the Canadian government, the notion that it must obtain 'free and informed consent' from anyone—let alone from Aboriginal Peoples—is heresy.
When I read a Canadian science article claiming mosquitoes, bees, earthworms and dandelions never existed in the Americas prior to the Mayflower landing in 1620. I almost snorted.
Native Sun News: Newspaper comes home with 14 media awards (May 25, 2015)
The award came as a complete surprise to the staff and management of the Native Sun News.
How many pushups did you have to do before you could shout out your serial number like you could your own name?
Natives have always been an easy target for Hollyweirds wild lack of imagination of who we are as a people.
Steven Newcomb: U.S. perpetuates dominance over our nations (May 25, 2015)
The United States is working to incorporate into the United Nations’ system-wide action plan, the U.S. federal Indian law and policy system of 'subjection.'
Martin Sensmeier (Athabascan and Tlingit) recently joined the all-star ensemble cast of the remake of The Magnificent Seven.
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