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House Votes To Sell Apache Land To Foreign Corporation, The Tribe Is Furious | Addicting Info

For over 5 years, a measure to cede 2,400 acres sacred to the Apache tribe for use in copper mining has been pushed in Congress. Backed by various well-paid corporatist congress members such as Senator John McCain, this measure inevitably dies from the outrage of the native tribes who care for this land. So, this year the members backed by legalized bribes by foreign corporations have attached the measure to the must-pass National Defense Authorization Act in a lame duck session of congress.

DOJ says Indian tribes can grow and sell marijuana | News OK

Indian tribes can grow and sell marijuana on their lands as long as they follow the same federal conditions laid out for states that have legalized the drug, the U.S. Justice Department said Thursday. Some advocates said the announcement could open new markets across the country and give rise to a rich new business on reservations, not unlike the advent of casino gambling. Others said it was too early to tell; many tribes oppose legalization, and only a handful of tribes have expressed any interest in the marijuana business. Oregon U.S. Attorney Amanda Marshall said that the Justice Department policy addre

How the stories of Native American youths made Obama cry in the Oval Office | The Washington Post

When President Obama visited the Standing Rock Sioux Tribal Nation in June, he and first lady Michelle Obama emerged stunned and emotional from a meeting with six students who spoke of lives affected by homelessness, alcoholism, poverty and suicide. "I love these young people," Obama said shortly after meeting them. "I only spent an hour with them. They feel like my own."

8 Things The History Books Don't Tell Us About Native People | Everyday Feminism

Do history books written by white folks tell the truth about Natives in the US? We think not. Here are just some of the things they fail to mention.

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