Treaties

The moon sets over sandstone formations near Round Rock December 5, 2002, on the Navajo Indian Reservation, Arizona. A third of the nation lacks access to running water.

What the Government Shutdown Means for Native Americans

As federal money owed to Indian Country under treaties goes unpaid, esesential services are being shut down.

Onondaga Nation Says the U.S. Violates Human Rights

The Onondaga Nation was historically barred from filing a land claim, and then told it was too late when it did. The next stop is an international commission.