Native Americans are being evicted from their tribes, with little warning and little legal recourse
Native Americans and Democracy articles on Democracy Chronicles
Here is our collection of articles concerned with Native Americans and Democracy. The indigenous peoples within the boundaries of the present-day continental United States, Alaska, and the island state of Hawaii are covered here. Also see our articles on Native American Voting Rights, the Indigenous and Democracy, or Minority Voting in America.
I’ve written many times about the necessity to move from a Death Economy, based on warfare and ravaging the very resources upon which it depends, to a Life Economy, based on cleaning up pollution
History of repression of native populations under US government is focus of American Indian Heritage Month
All of us look at the Salem Witch Trials, and we shudder in shame. Let us look to history then, to these same Salem Witch Trials, and make a conscious effort not to repeat the evil of history: not to repeat the evil of fear.
The spirit of America is strong; the state of our union is fragile. That is my conclusion after 100 days driving 14,128 miles through 34 states as an independent candidate for President of the United States.
After 2000 years of religious politics leading to social chaos, it seems to be universal trend
Supreme Court finds Hawaii racial voting rules can’t discriminate against non-aboriginal Hawaiians
My platform is Transform America by Transforming Government. I have a 7-track strategy to re-boot our agencies and build peace that begins by Cutting One Trillion Dollars of Waste.
Native language requirement controversy finally settled following crucial Navajo Presidential vote
Research outlines Aztec power struggles with ancient economic competitors before European arrival