Indian Law Issues in the News (10/19/2021)

Lansing State Journal: Anishinaabemowin class aims to save Michigan’s first language

NPR: The National Park Service could soon have its first Native American director

Charles F. Sams III

HCN: How tribal leaders want Chuck Sams to lead the Park Service: The Umatilla leader would be the first Native person in charge of the agency, which has a thorny history with tribes

WaPo: The nomination of Chuck Sams to lead the Park Service is already changing history

Casino.org: US Supreme Court to Hear Texas Tribal Gaming Case, Could Impact Claims in Rhode Island, Maine, Massachusetts

Times Higher Education: US universities ponder massive debt to Native Americans: In year since land-grant institutions learned they were funded by theft, serious conversations have barely begun

SCOTUSblog: Court adds two cases on Native American law and issues two opinions granting police officers qualified immunity

KLCC: Ancient Native American forest practices demonstrated in burn near Eugene

Green Entrepreneur: Native Americans Jump Way Ahead in Selling Legal Cannabis