Scholars examine broadband access in tribal lands and the effects of poor internet service on Native American communities.
Indigenous women are dual victims of violent crimes and federal policies that fail to mitigate the crisis.
Scholars argue religious liberty laws should stop the federal government from destroying Native sacred sites.
A Fifth Circuit ruling adopts a novel approach to a law that determines where Native children grow up.
Experts address weaknesses and inconsistencies in the U.S. regulation of looted cultural artifacts.
Promoting business development and economic independence on reservations is crucial to sustaining tribal communities.
Data collection on Native American involvement in adoption and foster care is needed to remedy courts’ failures.
Congress should enact a law that restores tribal regulatory and adjudicatory authority.
Judicial disregard of Native Nations’ ethnohistory frustrates the purpose of federal law protecting Native remains.
Critical race theory training is essential for fulfilling the U.S. government’s moral and fiduciary obligation to Tribes.
If the U.S. Congress fails to act on climate change, it should empower Indian tribes to protect their members.
A recent Supreme Court decision will have major implications for regulatory authority over tribal land in Oklahoma.