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CONTENTS Introduction: George Horse Capture 1. Opening Keynote: Activating Indians into National Politics Senator Ben Nighthorse Campbell PART I: AMERICAN INDIAN IDENTITY 2. Activism: Time to Change: Native American References in Sports Suzanne Shown Harjo 3. What's in a Label? Native American Identity and the Rise Of A Tradition of Racism Dr. Stephen Greymorning 4. Tribal Nationalism: The Concept of Governmental Recognition of Tribes and the Little Shell Chippewa Tribe James Parker Shield 5. The Chinook Nation and Its Struggle for Federal Recognition Ray Gardner 6. An Overview of Indian Populations Dr. C. Matthew Snipp PART II: ART AND EXPRESSION 7. Native Art Dr. David Penney 8. Challenges in Managing Culturally Sensitive Collections at the National Museum of the American Indian Jim Pepper Henry 9. Repatriation in the 21st Century: Art We Still Fighting the Skull Wars? Dr. David Hurst Thomas 10. Today's American Indian Tribes and Their Museums Lisa Watt PART III: EDUCATION 11. Indian Education: State and Federal Dr. Earl Barlow 12. What Can Universities Contribute to Indigenous Language Immersion Programs? :A Case Study from Southern California Dr. Margaret Field 13. Language Immersion: The American View Darrell Robes Kipp 14. Since Lewis and Clark: Are Tribal Colleges Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century Dr. Gerald Gipp 15. American Indian Issues for the Next Fifty Years Dr. James Shanley 16. The Rise and Fall of Native American Studies in the United States Dr. Duane Champagne PART IV: MEDIA 17. Getting Coverage in the Mainstream Press Mark Trahant 18. Indian Country Today: Your Newspaper Tim Johnson PART V: POLITICS AND LAW 19. Voting Rights in Indian Country Dr. Janine Pease 20. Federal Indian Policy in the 21st Century Kevin Gover 21. An Overview and Patterns in Federal Indian Law Walter Echo Hawk PART VI: THE ENVIRONMENT AND LAND 22. As Long as the Water Flows: A Century of Blackfeet Water Lost from the St. Mary Canal and the Milk River Drainage Dr. Richmond Clow 23. How the Land Was Taken: The Legacy of the Lewis and Clark Expedition for Native Nations Dr. Rebecca Tsosie 24. Concluding Keynote: From Battlefields to Boardrooms: A Rich Complexity of Enduring Pride and New Achievements Dr. James Nason INDEX
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Indians of North America -- Social conditions -- Congresses.
Indians of North America -- Government relations -- Congresses.
United States -- Ethnic relations -- Congresses.
United States -- Race relations -- Congresses.