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Inside Look at the Upcoming D.C. Indian Law Conference

Join the FBA Indian Law Section for their 19th Annual D.C. Indian Law Conference on November 3, 2017 at the Holiday Inn Washington, D.C.-Capitol. Five unique panels will reflect on cultural rights, natural resources, politics, and economics, among other hot-button topics, affecting Native Americans. 562 more words

Federal Bar Association

Opposing Tribal Rights

In an attempt to undermine the legitimacy of tribal sovereignty and cultural resource protection, the Seattle Times editorial board conflates treaty fishing rights of Northwest Indians with undue political influence. 47 more words

Opposing Tribal Rights

In an attempt to undermine the legitimacy of tribal sovereignty and cultural resource protection, the Seattle Times editorial board conflates treaty fishing rights of Northwest Indians with undue political influence. 47 more words

Stand Up Against Hate!

Our friends at IREHR report on the confrontation between CERA and Red Line Salish Sea in Sedro-Wooley, Washington on May 20.

Stand Up Against Hate!

Our friends at IREHR report on the confrontation between CERA and Red Line Salish Sea in Sedro-Wooley, Washington on May 20.

Understanding Tribal Sovereignty

The history of Indian tribes in America necessarily involves studying the continuous struggles over the boundaries of tribal sovereignty, tribal jurisdiction, and tribal property rights. Although tribes exist as extra-constitutional, self-governing entities, they are also subject to the plenary power of the U.S. 537 more words

Federal Bar Association

Documenting the Dark Side

As noted in Communications in Conflict, research–where social milieus investigate threats by obtaining primary documents that reveal the financial and organizational ties of their enemies–is the foundation of effective education, organizing and community action. 331 more words