water rights

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water rights

See riparian rights (surface waters, rivers, and streams) and littoral rights (oceans, lakes, and other large bodies of water).

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During this period, the government began to severely restrict Native American rights in accord with larger national goals.
A similar Green campaign is taking place in Wisconsin, where teacher, environmentalist, and Native American rights activist Jeff Peterson is waging a campaign for state treasurer.
Saved covers a wide range of topics that have engaged Walker over the years including: religion, motherhood, female genital mutilation, censorship, the Million Man March, Native American rights and the struggles for freedom in South Africa and Cuba.
They include physical anthropologists and Native American rights advocates, museum curators and antiquities dealers, tribal government officials and traditional religious leaders, archaeological experts and would-be researchers, government agents and non-Federally recognized tribes, pan-Indian organizations and tribal historians.
Through his work as an activist in the struggle for Native American rights, and from his experience of crossing the borders between the world of his Cherokee family and community of origin into a broader social context, Durham has garnered an expansive critical awareness of the interconnectedness between cultural practices and the politics of domination.
Churchill has been a prolific advocate for Native American rights.
of the Native American Rights Fund (NARF), and Vernon Bellecourt and Ted Means of the Heart of the Earth Survival School.
As an adult, she worked as an activist for Native American rights, seeking to build a bridge between cultures.
She was formerly an attorney for NANA, a Kellogg grant coordinator for Native American Rights Fund, a communications technician for NANA, and a morning anchor and reporter for KTVF in Fairbanks.
As such, the Native American Rights Fund (NARF), National Congress of American Indians (NCAI), and National Indian Child Welfare Association (NICWA) announced today their intention to file civil rights litigation.
Articles cover publications dealing with race and the Black power movement, Native American rights, counter-culture, LGBT issues and women's rights.
Raymond Cross, who overcame poverty and injustice to graduate from Yale Law School and argue Native American rights cases before for U.

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