When developing a plan for your community, look to your own tribal codes and state and federal laws concerning confidentiality and explore methods which can be used in the civil or criminal justice arenas which would enhance victim safety. (NAC) is a non-profit, tax exempt victim advocacy organization.NAC's programs are available to tribes operating batterer intervention and victim services programs to aid survivors of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking crimes, as well as to non-Indian programs desiring to offer culturally competent victim services.
However, the story is not nearly that simple and it obscures other facts, resulting in a largely fictionalized tale.
One of the most obscure topics in American history is the over 300 year history of the Native American slave trade.
As scholars continue to assemble scattered though plentiful historical records, there emerges an incomplete picture of the puzzle of this little-known era of history.
Wilma Mankiller was one of the most important Native American leaders of the 20th century.
An inspiration to Native and non-Native Americans and men and women alike, her legacy was her fearless leadership against all odds.
This article breaks down the history of federal Indian policy into eras going back to the formation of the United States.
How has the relationship between tribal nations and the United States changed throughout the years?
A very under-theorized aspect of American history is the profound impact Native Americans-especially the Iroquois Confederacy-had on the founding of the United States.
Native American philosophy and political theory is woven throughout the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution, but also diverged in important ways.