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 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