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Social and Economic Challenges on American Indian Reservations: Recent Statistical Study

Social and economic development on tribal land has always been difficult. The reasons for this are complex and rooted in historical and cultural conflict. But census and other survey data show that Indian tribes have made some gains in recent decades, while still lagging other minorities in the United States. 358 more words

Indian Law

The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian


Author: Sherman Alexie

Little, Brown and Co. 2007
Genre: Young Adult Fiction
Hardcover: 229 pages… 1,446 more words

Book Reviews

Casino Entertainment

Entertainment Adds Drive to Casino Innovation*

Consider for a moment the many ways casinos entice customers to patronize their establishments. Advertising and promotions lead the way, followed by special events and comps. 926 more words

Joseph Ajlouny

Trump Budget Would Devastate Native American Communities

President Donald Trump’s proposed 2018 budget makes dramatic cuts to what little remains of the social safety net. If the budget is approved, many will suffer. 487 more words

Recent Posts

Judge Rules UPS Ignored Signs Its Trucks Were Used To Ship Untaxed Cigarettes

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork/AP) — A federal judge ruled Friday that UPS ignored “red flags” that its brown trucks were being used to transport untaxed cigarettes… 524 more words


Tipi Raisers: Holding On to What Is Good

Before Europeans or Spanish came to America, there were Indian Tribes who had lived in the north territories for thousands of years. Yosef Meystel knows that this Native Americans lived in a symbiotic relationship with their surroundings and took everything they needed from the land and gave it all back in a way balance was never lost and mother earth was always respected. 780 more words

Community Outreach

Ain't No Black Snake or Water... | Indian Country and Fossil Fuels

As it seems right now, the leadership -in distinction from the native populus- of a number of native American tribes fear that federal government under Donald Trump will seize chunks of their lands to exploit the lands’ rich fossil fuel resources.  1,212 more words