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A Tribute Song: A Modern Warrior, Charles Surveyor sought Peace, Justice and Prosperity

  Patrick B. McGuigan, Publisher So long as I retain consciousness, I will remember the names, and the stories, of Charles Surveyor and Archie Hoffman – Cheyenne & Arapaho leaders who deserve the respect of all Oklahomans, and all Americans who thirst for justice.Before their encounters with the white man, the Two Tribes – Cheyenne […]

Potential Bonanza through Internet Gaming available to non-U.S. Citizens, based on Native American lands?

by Patrick B. McGuigan, editor OKLAHOMA CITY – Sovereignty Symposium XXIX 2016, held June 8-9 at the Skirvin Hotel downtown, covered a wide range of cultural, historical and legal issues. The symposium’s closing segment featured four concurrent panels on issues of interest to attorneys who work in Indian Country or deal regularly with issues of […]

Custer County, American Indians’ Ferguson: The story that won’t make it to CNN

by Levi Rickert, NativeNewsOnline.net In the aftermath of Ferguson, I am reminded of Custer County. On a Monday night in November, the nation waited for the grand jury’s decision on whether or not Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson would be indicted for the August 2014 killing of teenager, Michael Brown, an unarmed African American teen. […]

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