SOURCE: The Atlantic
Haaland v. Brackeen: The Case that Could Break Native Sovereignty
by Rebecca Nagle
"The U.S. has been passing laws that treat tribes and tribal citizens differently from non-Native citizens since the founding of the republic. If that is unconstitutional, the entire legal structure defending the legal rights of Indigenous nations could crumble."
SOURCE: Perspectives on History
Tribal Sovereignty Isn't So Fragile
by Noah Ramage
Although the United States's campaign to legislate existing Indigenous republics out of existence has been broadly successful, the tenacity and durability of tribal sovereignty has been underestimated.
SOURCE: The Guardian
The Right-Wing Court Has a New Target: Native American Rights
by Nick Estes
The Court recently overturned precedent to allow state governments criminal jurisdiction over tribal lands, which has historically been a tactic of oppression and elimination.
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