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Native Americans news and analysis from The Nation
November 17, 2017
By Having the Washington R*dskins Host a Game on Thanksgiving, NFL Owners Show Their True Colors
Whether it’s a question of tin-eared insensitivity, or their own sick, private joke, Washington will be hosting the Thanksgiving game for the first time in league history.
October 31, 2017
These Indigenous Movements Are Forcing the US to Reckon With Its Past
Dispatches from the Urban Resistance: New York to Seattle
October 26, 2017
Confronting the Legacy of the Civil War: The Forgotten Front
The conflict was fought by proxy in the West, but one thing united the warring factions: the doctrine of white supremacy and genocidal violence against Indians.
September 20, 2017
The Trump Administration Has a Plan to Alter Protected Landscapes Across America
In a leaked memo, Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke recommends shrinking or modifying 10 national monuments.
September 7, 2017
Letters From the September 25-October 2, 2017, Issue
Labour pains… City vs. country…
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July 24, 2017
How America Is Failing Native American Students
Punitive discipline, inadequate curriculum, and declining federal funding created an education crisis.
June 27, 2017
How an Anti-Racist Lawsuit Empowered the Most Racist Brand in Sports
Charting a new strategy to get Washington’s football team to change the name.
June 16, 2017
The Fight Against the Dakota Access Pipeline Is Not Over. Here’s How You Can Join
The water protectors and their allies have been taking aim at the project in a way that the companies behind it are sure to notice: by hitting them in their pocketbooks.
May 18, 2017
After Promising a ‘Fair Hearing’ on Monuments, Secretary Zinke Shuts Out the Public
As the Interior Department considers unprecedented changes to protected lands, avenues for public input have been curtailed.
May 15, 2017
Empire, Conquest, and the War America Forgot
The historian William Hogeland talks about the first war the United States ever fought and the “problematic and thorny and painful” questions his new book raises.