Tag Archives: Ann Tweedy
This show aired on Tuesday. Guest commentators included Deb Haaland for the first half and John Dossett and Ann Tweedy for the second half.
My review of Andrés Reséndez’s The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America is up on JOTWELL: Equality. I highly recommend the book. It’s a dense and emotionally difficult read but well worth it for the knowledge … Continue reading →
Lauryn Boston’s profile of Judge Mark Pouley is here. Schuyler Tilson’s profile of Judge Mary Jo Hunter is here. And my profile of Judge Ron Whitener is here.
Ann Tweedy has reviewed Kristen Carpenter and Angela Riley’s article, “Owning Red: A Theory of (Cultural) Appropriation,” forthcoming in the Texas Law Review, for JOTWELL. An excerpt: In a number of recent controversies, from sports teams’ use of Indian mascots … Continue reading →
Here’s the recording from earlier this week, featuring guests Alray Nelson, Sheldon Raymore, and your truly.
My article on tribal laws relating to same-sex marriage has just been published in Columbia Human Rights Law Review. It delves into the twelve tribal laws that allow same-sex marriage and also looks at tribal DOMAs, tribal domestic partnership laws, … Continue reading →
Ann Tweedy has published “Indian Tribes and Gun Regulation: Should Tribes Exercise Their Sovereign Rights to Enact Gun Bans or Stand-Your Ground Laws?” (SSRN) in the Albany Law Review. Abstract: This essay examines tribal laws relating to guns. It then … Continue reading →
Here’s a review poet Mary Kasimor wrote about my poetry chapbook, White Out (Green Fuse Poetic Arts 2013). The poems are about white privilege and race, and a few of them talk about being a non-Native person and working for tribes.
Our own Ann Tweedy has posted her very interesting and relevant paper, “Tribal Laws & Same-Sex Marriage: Theory, Process, and Content,” on SSRN. Here is the abstract: In 1996, Congress, in enacting the federal Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA), took … Continue reading →
Here, from the Faculty Lounge. An excerpt: In the Counties’ brief in support of the petition for certiorari, they claim that a holding in the Tribe’s favor on the disestablishment question would contravene the “justifiable expectations” of non-Indians in the … Continue reading →