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Connecticut, or is that Quinnehtukqut? (Image from Energy Information Agency’s website). Having blogged a few times about the Longest Walkers, here is an update on their activities and my meeting with some of them today.   The 1978 Longest Walk was "a peaceful, spiritual effort to...

Longest Walkers meet police in Columbus. In my office is an American Indian Movement emblem, and at home is my AIM t-shirt. I became all the more interested in the movement after reading Dennis Banks’s autobiography Ojibwa Warrior, and then meeting him in 2006 at the conclusion of...

Numerous law schools have American Indian law classes. Mine did not. I have wanted to learn more, including the law concerning treaty rights, land rights, gambling, and sacred medicine, and also about the past and current mistreatment and slaughter of Native Americans and efforts and accomplishments to...

Protect the right to use sacred medicines. Recently, I further updated my Native American links and blog links involving both law and non-law topics. I wish to learn more about Native American law — including issues concerning treaty rights, land rights, gambling, and sacred medicine — and...

 Yin Yang On a rainy September morning a dozen years ago, with a few days left between leaving my public defender post to return to private practice, I pondered which way to drive for a mini-vacation. "Where do I want to visit that I have...