The latest news from "Brackeen v. Haaland." For decades, the Indian Child Welfare Act has been recognized by child welfare experts as the gold standard in child welfare practice. Anti-tribal interests have launched a series of legal challenges against ICWA. Brackeen is the most prominent.
November is Native American Heritage Month, an opportunity to celebrate the various cultures, art, religions, languages, music, and traditions of this land’s Native peoples. This year, while the nation is celebrating and honoring Native American cultures, we face threats with potentially devastating consequences for Indian Country.
A Montana utility cooperative has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a lawsuit the cooperative lost to the Crow Tribe of Montana and its members. In Big Horn County Electric
The Indigenous Tourism Collaborative of the Americas seeks recommended resources to help create an Indigenous Tourism Resource Portal.
The Spirit Lake Tribe and individual voters filed a lawsuit against Benson County, North Dakota, for adopting a redistricting plan that violates the rights of Native voters.
A Montana court struck down as unconstitutional two state laws that hinder Native American participation in the state’s electoral process.
Steps to help tribes provide voter registration, polling places, and addressing in their communities.
Stand Strong with the Bay Mills Indian Community to Protect Treaty Rights and the Straits of Mackinac
Enbridge Energy wants to build a tunnel under the Great Lakes at the Straits of Mackinac, a place the Bay Mills Indian Community and other Anishinaabe peoples consider sacred.
Every year, millions of voters miss a registration deadline that would have allowed them to vote.
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe voters filed a lawsuit against Lyman County, South Dakota, commissioners for delaying the rollout of fair election districts until 2026.