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truth-out.org: Some "Unrecognized" Tribes Still Waiting After 130 Years

25.12.16

Some "Unrecognized" Tribes Still Waiting After 130 Years: [truth-out.org] But not all indigenous peoples were represented at the president's home. Invitations were extended only to leaders of federally recognized tribes. As many as 50 tribes, representing tens of thousands of people, were not part of the event because the United States disputes, denies, or has yet to make a decision on their petition for federal acknowledgement. As the Standing Rock Sioux have fought to assert their federal rights as indigenous people, other tribes remain in the shadows, struggling to be recognized as Native communities in the first place.


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