Entries from News Archive 2008 tagged with 'sam brownback'

Dare to Ask: Why no apology to Native Americans?

"New York had the first American Indian Day, in May 1916, and many other states have followed suit. Florida proclaimed Sept. 28, 2007, as American Indian Day - believed to be a first for the Sunshine State. Federal government-wise, November...

Sen. Brownback hopeful for U.S. apology this year

Time is running out but Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) is hopeful that Congress will pass a resolution to apologize to Native peoples this year. Brownback first introduced the resolution in 2004. It passed the Senate earlier this year as part...

Audio: Sen. Brownback on Indian apology

Sen. Sam Brownback (R-Kansas) said the United States government has to ask Native peoples for forgiveness over hundreds of years of bad policies. Brownback introduced a non-binding resolution to apologize to Native people for "official depredations and ill-conceived policies." He...

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