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Tribal Sovereignty as a Pathway to Thriving Economies
As tribal nations exercise their rights to self-govern and strengthen their economies, their sovereignty is also benefiting local nontribal communities. Depending on the tribe, as high as $.90 of every tribal dollar earned is spent in non-tribal economies.
Always Remember: Native History Affects Tribes Today
Many events throughout time are milestones in history yet anything but positive for Native American tribes. This video, “Always Remember,” developed by the Herbert Brothers, speaks to the roots of the strained relationship between the 1,000+ Native American tribes and the United States. In their desire to tell a story unknown to most Americans, yet central […]
Posted in History, Culture, Justice Also tagged The Merriam Report, Indian Removal Act, Code Talkers, suicide, American Indian, The Marshall Trilogy, Veteran's Day, Always Remember, Herbert Brothers, Trail of Tears, Bureau of Indian Affairs, poverty, Native American, National Relief Charities 8 Comments