With the president raising doubts about funding for Indian programs, tribal leaders are worried that his words will be used against them.
A $15 million appropriation funds a program that is open to states, but not tribal governments.
We ought to ask ourselves how well we as Native nations and peoples are making the effort to identify and name the domination and dehumanization imposed on our ancestors.
Tribal territory in the northeastern part of Oklahoma bears the unfortunate distinction of being known as the worst Superfund site in the United States.
We get one go-around and one shot at making this life worthwhile.
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