Carver’s death a violent end to a tormented life
By Lynda V. Mapes
The police officer’s bullets tore into his body, taking the last thing John T. Williams had left to lose: his life.
Lummi fishermen receive more than $3 million in job assistance
Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission
Lummi Nation fishermen will receive more than $3 million in assistance from the U.S. Department of Labor, it was announced today. Lummi fishermen have been among the most affected by the decline of Fraser River sockeye salmon.
Frank: We are being heard
Billy Frank Jr.
I want to thank President Barack Obama for keeping his promises to Indian country. “I understand what it means to be an outsider. I know what it means to feel ignored and forgotten, and what it means to struggle. So, you will not be forgotten as long as I’m in the White House,” he told us a year ago when he invited all 564 federally recognized tribes for the first White House Tribal Nations Conference.