Supreme Court finds Hawaii racial voting rules can’t discriminate against non-aboriginal Hawaiians
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.
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Native language requirement controversy finally settled following crucial Navajo Presidential vote
Research outlines Aztec power struggles with ancient economic competitors before European arrival
Chief of Muscogee (Creek) Nation tribal council ousted after revelations by state paper Tulsa World
In a repeat of 2011 race, Cherokee Nation political titan Smith and incumbent Baker to compete
Native American election law experts consider wider impact of the Navajo language requirement
Fort Sill Apache Tribe sues for New Mexico recognition and inclusion in infrastructure programs
Artistic map shows probable locations of various known pre-Columbian tribes across North America as they were before the arrival of European colonialism
Redskins faces pressure after build-up in accusations of racism and neglected suffering resurfaced by push for Native American renaming of football team