by Maxie Elizabeth Ruan, June 22, 2016
The Drunken Indian. It’s a phrase that conjures up
just one of the many stereotypical image of Native Americans: red skins smelling of liquor
and stumbling out of the local bar with blood-shot eyes.
This stereotype reflects the idea that
Native Americans consume alcohol at higher rates than other races; however, a new
study out of the University of Arizona (UA) directly challenges that idea by finding
that Native American’s actually abstain from alcohol more than non-natives.
by Maxie Elizabeth Ruan, June 22, 2015
Almost three months after the government returned
his sacred eagle feathers; Lipan Apache Vice-Chairman Robert Soto is back in court,
fighting for the right to use them, after filing a lawsuit against the U.S. Department