Category Archives: Author: Teresa Walrod

Dollar General Reply Brief

“Petitioners are the non-Indian operators of a business on a tribal reservation. Respondent Doe is a member of the tribe. Doe seeks to hale petitioners into his tribal court, asking the tribe to award him millions of dollars in damages … Continue reading

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Navajo President Plans Lawsuit Over Mine Blowout

Begaye: Warnings there, but no one did anything From the Durango Herald here

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Report: Native Americas plan protest against EMU’s use of Huron logo

From The Detroit News: “More than two decades after Eastern Michigan University retired its Hurons logo because of offensive stereotyping of Native Americans, the school is in the midst of a deja vu.” HERE

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Kanji & Katzen Attorney Ethel Branch Named Attorney General of the Navajo Nation

It is with a mixture of great pride and sadness that Kanji & Katzen, PLLC, announces that Ethel Branch is leaving the firm to become the eleventh Attorney General of the Navajo Nation. Since joining the firm in 2012, Ethel … Continue reading

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Review: ‘The Plains Indians,’ America’s Early Artists, at the Met

Some of the earliest surviving art by native North Americans left America long ago. Soldiers, traders and priests, with magpie eyes for brilliance, bundled it up and shipped it across the sea to Europe. Painted robes, embroidered slippers and feathered … Continue reading

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Seattle Human Rights Commission Calls on City to Urge Water Quality Standards Protective of Health and Human Rights

Seattle Human Rights Commission 1963 – 2015   ·   52 years of championing human rights and fostering a just future March 9, 2015 Human Rights Commission Calls on City to Urge Water Quality Standards Protective of Health and Human Rights; Announces … Continue reading

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Change the Name Boycott of Corporate Sponsors of the D.C. NFL Team — March Update

                                        Seattle Human Rights Commission 1963 – 2015   ·   52 years of championing human rights and fostering a just future March 3, 2015 Hogen Adams, Lochen Silva, Yale Law School NALSA, and UW NALSA Join Change the Name Boycott of … Continue reading

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