Tribal sovereignty key issue to Lakota ..

the ongoing imperialist colonial actions that i’ve described here carried out by the western europeans and especially the americans are completely unjustified and therefore indefensible. these are not the actions of a few “bad apples”but a systematic, fundamental, institutionalized campaign carried out by a people whose whole culture, they believe, commands that the kill, conquer, destroy, rape, pillage, plunder and enslave the rest of the world for their own ultimate benefit because it is their god-given right as the embodiment of their creator.

discussed the Native American sovereignty issue?

the issue of whether it is applicable and favorable to Native American ..

A Native American’s perspective on the immigration issue

The above comment by “TANE” us is one of the MOST Racist comment’s I’ve read in support of Hawaiian Sovereignty. Is this the type of person that is pushing this drive? How many agree with this garbage? How quaint..

Hawaiian sovereignty movement - Wikipedia

American Indians today in the U.S. have all the rights guaranteed in the U.S. Constitution, can vote in elections, and run for political office. There has been controversy over how much the federal government has jurisdiction over tribal affairs, sovereignty, and cultural practices.[78]

Native Hawaiian Legal Corporation

Hi i am producing a documentary film on hawaiian sovereignty and native haeaiian culture or sustsinability and malama aina history. do you have any advice on certain citizens or elders i should speak with. the film will be based of the big island but feature others as well. mahalo

The Native Americans - The American History Wiki

Of course, I honestly cannot blame the Sovereignty Movement for what they are doing. I really cannot. It shows proof positive how severe the occupation is to the psyche of everyone in Hawaii! Its like we are living on another planet! Real horrible stuff! Its even hard to fathom that this is horrible!

Indian Nations Tribal Sovereignty

Tecumseh was the Shawnee leader of Tecumseh's War who attempted to organize an alliance of Native American tribes throughout North America.[82]U.S. government authorities entered into numerous treaties during this period but later violated many for various reasons. Other treaties were considered "living" documents whose terms could be altered. Major conflicts east of the Mississippi River include the Pequot War, Creek War, and Seminole Wars. Notably, a multi-tribal army led by Tecumseh, a Shawnee chief, fought a number of engagements during the period 1811–12, known as Tecumseh's War. In the latter stages, Tecumseh's group allied with the British forces in the War of 1812 and was instrumental in the conquest of Detroit. St. Clair's Defeat (1791) was the worst U.S. Army defeat by Native Americans in U.S. history.

Labor Rights And Tribal Sovereignty Collide At Indian …

You are so right Keahi, we all must be mindful of the words we use and their definitions within the context they are used. Inherent sovereignty was already expressed by our kupunas. They not only expressed it but achieved international recognition as nationals of an independant nation state. It has already been done we don’t get to do it again. Learn what they did and see how they did it to perfection. Let us honor them for the legacy they left us and let us continue and settle for nothing less than perfection. We can only be what they were and they were not dual citizens. They were of one nation and one nationality, Hawaiian Subjects.

National Native News - News for All Americans

Native American Nations west of the Mississippi were numerous and were the last to submit to U.S. authority. Conflicts generally known as "Indian Wars" broke out between American government and Native American societies. The Battle of Little Bighorn (1876) was one of the greatest Native American victories. Defeats included the Sioux Uprising of 1862, the Sand Creek Massacre (1864) and Wounded Knee in 1890.[83] These conflicts were catalysts to the decline of dominant Native American culture.