Native American


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Native American

A person with origins in any of North America’s original aboriginal peoples, who may maintain a cultural identification through tribal affiliation or community.
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Illustrations like these do not accurately reflect the differences among Native American people and promote erroneous and stereotypical ideas in children.
When many tribes reorganized in the 1970s, blacks often were the first ones shown the door, and if there were such an abundance of scholarship funds, Native Americans wouldn't be the largely impoverished group that they are," she says.
Attack rates during outbreaks at Native American sites outside of disease-endemic areas have been high.
Which four Native American tribes live on reservations in Montana?
a member of the Navajo Nation and former director of governmental affairs for the National Congress of American Indians, spoke to The Advocate about his family, gay and lesbian Native Americans, and AIDS prevention on Arizona reservations.
The fact is that we are not always honoring the Native American peoples' ways.
Others note that many Latinos have Native American heritage.
Native American ranchers are rediscovering the buffalo as a resource for food and wealth-building.
Not even a statement by the United States Commission on Civil Rights last April calling for an end to the use of Native American images and team names by non-Native schools was enough to convince board members to consider the feelings of others.
During this same period, the Bureau of Indian Affairs made a number of attempts to suppress Native American religion with a series of departmental regulations.
Focusing on the experience of the Jehovah's Witnesses, the Latter Day Saints, and Native American religious traditions, Mazur chronicles the engagement of each religious minority as it encountered the dominant majority culture in the context of Constitutional litigation.

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