Race Discrimination Claim at Federal Training for BIA Officers Dismissed

Here is the opinion in Fuller v. Salazar (D. S.D.):

Fuller v Salazar

Interesting opinion.

An excerpt:

Plaintiff Howard J. Fuller, III (“Fuller”), acting pro se, sued Defendant Kenneth L. Salazar, Secretary of the United States Department of the Interior, claiming employment discrimination. Doc. 1. Fuller asserts that, while at the Indian Police Academy of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and while training as a police officer, Fuller was subject to actionable racial discrimination because of his Native American heritage. Fuller also claims that adverse employment action later was taken against him because of his race as an American Indian. Doc. 1. Defendant filed a motion for summary judgment, Doc. 23, which this Court grants for the reasons explained below.

WaPo on Tribal Concerns re: Keystone XL Pipeline

Here, or here.


South Dakota Supreme Court Finds Indian Boarding School Plaintiffs Complied with Service of Process Rules

Here are the opinions in R.B.O. v. Priests of the Sacred Heart and R.B.O v. Congregation of the Priests of Sacred Heart.