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Richard Peterson: Brett Kavanaugh threatens tribal sovereignty

Richard Peterson: Brett Kavanaugh threatens tribal sovereignty | Native America | Scoop.it
Alaska tribes, despite being more than the nation's capital, know the truth about Brett Kavanaugh's agenda.
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Native Vote 2018 »

Native Vote 2018 » | Native America | Scoop.it
The Native vote could play a role in key elections across the country. Tribal leaders and Native rights advocates see the Native vote as an important influence in policy issues affecting tribes. National Native News is following a number of these stories in our Native Vote 2018 coverage. Read more at Native Vote 2018
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Midterms will see first Native American nationwide TV coverage | Freedom Forum Institute

Midterms will see first Native American nationwide TV coverage | Freedom Forum Institute | Native America | Scoop.it
A record year for the number of Native Americans running for elective office in the United States will also mean another kind of history, a broadcast first.
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Reflecting on Our Foundations

Reflecting on Our Foundations | Native America | Scoop.it
The story of the North American indigenous peoples is a story of loss, hardship, violence, betrayal, and misappropriation. It is also a story of community, spirituality, diversity, honor, and resilience.
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The Supreme Court's changing stance on tribal sovereignty

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Interest Groups Turn Up Pressure on Senators Before Kavanaugh Vote - The New York Times

Interest Groups Turn Up Pressure on Senators Before Kavanaugh Vote - The New York Times | Native America | Scoop.it
Last week’s confirmation hearings for the Supreme Court nominee Brett M. Kavanaugh injected new energy into efforts to block his ascent to the Supreme Court.
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Thursday, September 20, 2018 – Native groups speak out against Kavanaugh »

Thursday, September 20, 2018 – Native groups speak out against Kavanaugh » | Native America | Scoop.it
Brett Kavanaugh appears to be headed for a seat on the U.S. Supreme Court. At the same time, Native organizations and advocates are speaking out against President Trump’s nominee. The Alaska Federation of Natives issued a statement urging Alaska Republican Senator Lisa Murkowski to vote against his confirmation. The group says his confirmation would be …
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#NotInvisible: Why are Native American women vanishing?

#NotInvisible: Why are Native American women vanishing? | Native America | Scoop.it

VALIER, Mont. (AP) — The searchers rummage through the abandoned trailer, flipping over a battered couch, unfurling a stained sheet, looking for clues. It's blistering hot and a g
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Bill John Baker: Cherokee Nation shares story of our survival

Bill John Baker: Cherokee Nation shares story of our survival | Native America | Scoop.it
From ancient traditions to forced removal and assimilation to survival and to self-determination, the Cherokee Nation’s strong sense of identity and governance are undeniable.
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Navajo Nation protests coal plant purchase - NY Daily News

Members of the Navajo Nation protested along Fifth Avenue Monday to urge a Midtown investment group to back out of a bid to buy an Arizona coal plant they said could hurt their community.
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What makes someone Native American? One tribe’s long struggle for full recognition. - The

What makes someone Native American? One tribe’s long struggle for full recognition. - The | Native America | Scoop.it
The Lumbee of North Carolina don’t fit neatly into any racial categories, but have long been living as Indians. They are still searching for acceptance.
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3 minutes at the U.N.: Tohono O'odham Nation fights border wall

3 minutes at the U.N.: Tohono O'odham Nation fights border wall | Native America | Scoop.it
Tohono O'odham Nation member had 3 minutes to speak at the United Nations. He called for action against Trump's border wall.
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American Indians Achieve Voting Rights Gains 1/9/2018 | United South & Eastern Tribes

American Indians Achieve Voting Rights Gains 1/9/2018 | United South & Eastern Tribes | Native America | Scoop.it
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In Arizona, Native Americans try to boost turnout: 'Our ancestors couldn't vote, but we can' - Los Angeles Times

Arizona is a battleground in this year’s midterm election, with lots of money flowing into the gubernatorial and Senate races. For one group, Native Americans, the battle is more personal.
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Reason to vote is lawmakers legislate bills that impact our very life and existence and put people in place to govern our Indian 
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Travel center part of Navajo plan to develop I-40 corridor

Travel center part of Navajo plan to develop I-40 corridor | Native America | Scoop.it
LEUPP, Ariz. (AP) - The Navajo Nation is bringing student interns on board as it develops and builds a travel center at the tribe's casino east of Flagstaff.
Up to 20 Navajo college students will work on the project that's expected to be complete next summer. Officials broke ground Thursday.
Plans for the travel center include a convenience store, gas station and truck service center near Twin Arrows Casino, about 25 miles from Flagstaff off Interstate 40. Navajo culture will be showcased throughout and tribal members will be given preference for the 200 construction jobs and the 35 full-time jobs.
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Deleana OtherBull: Native women deserve to be safe

Deleana OtherBull: Native women deserve to be safe | Native America | Scoop.it
Native women are 10 times more likely to be murdered than any other ethnicity, and Native women face domestic and sexual violence at disproportionately high levels.
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Supreme Court Affirms Tribal Sovereignty and Upholds Prior Tribal Courts Convictions as Basis for Federal Convictions under VAWA § 117(a) for Repeat Domestic Violence Offenders | National Indigenou...

Supreme Court Affirms Tribal Sovereignty and Upholds Prior Tribal Courts Convictions as Basis for Federal Convictions under VAWA § 117(a) for Repeat Domestic Violence Offenders | National Indigenou... | Native America | Scoop.it
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Importance ofUS Supreme Court and Impact to Indian Country USA Alaska Natives, Native Americans, Native Hawaiians we must oppose Kavanaugh's nomination. 
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Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination - Wikipedia

Brett Kavanaugh Supreme Court nomination - Wikipedia

President Donald Trump nominated Judge Brett Kavanaugh to become an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States with an announcement on July 9, 2018, filling the vacancy left by the retirement of Anthony Kennedy.

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Are Native issues enough to sink Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination?

Are Native issues enough to sink Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination? | Native America | Scoop.it
Are Native issues enough to sink Brett Kavanaugh, Bethany Yellowtail t-shirts celebrate Native women candidates and more
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A Historic Number of Native American Women Are Running for Office!

A Historic Number of Native American Women Are Running for Office! | Native America | Scoop.it
A Historic Number of Native American Women Are Running for Office!
To date there are 55 candidates running for legislature, congress and statewide offices!


#SHEREPRESENTS #NATIVEVOTE18
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Native Candidates need to be elected to protect our very lives, tribal heritage, culture,tribal rights and tribal sovereignty
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Kavanaugh’s record poses threat to Native People’s rights and lifeways | News, Sports, Jobs - Minot Daily News

Kavanaugh’s record poses threat to Native People’s rights and lifeways | News, Sports, Jobs - Minot Daily News | Native America | Scoop.it
Judge Kavanaugh’s views on voting rights and racial justice in America are extremely troubling - in light of the fact that right now Native voters in North Da
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More Native women than men are running for governors, state legislators

More Native women than men are running for governors, state legislators | Native America | Scoop.it
There are 10 Native candidates for Congress, a dozen running for statewide offices, and 78 for state legislatures
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Critical Time for all of Indian Country, USa: Importance of Voting in Indian Country, USA

Critical Time for all of Indian Country, USa: Importance of Voting in Indian Country, USA | Native America | Scoop.it
By now Indian Country, USA knows that little or nothing will get done under this current presidential administration.  Plus, the presiden
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HelloGiggles is a positive online community for women (although men are always welcome!) covering news, culture, entertainment, beauty, fashion, and more. And now, we are growing beyond just the website to include video, film, television and events.
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