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Natives Turn Local “Deadliest Enemies” Into Change Agents

Posted October 5, 2015 by Galanda Broadman, PLLC

Towns, cities and counties, as tribal communities’ closest neighbors, have historically played a major role in the “deadliest enemies“-dynamic of tribal-state relations.

At the municipal level Indians have been murdered, imprisoned, excluded, discriminated, and taxed over the last few hundred years.  Those human rights violations have persisted in modern times, especially in rural America.  So naturally Natives have wanted little to nothing to do with local government.

That reality is now changing, dramatically.  In the staunch spirit of Indian self-determination and with the fervency of the Idle No More movement, Natives are aggressively grabbing, and leveraging, local government platforms to affect social change for Indian people.

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Natives Turn Local “Deadliest Enemies” Into Change Agents

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