History does repeat itself, but sometimes in a veiled, and often sinister, way. When market share replaces land resources, overt termination takes on more covert forms.
A mere 46 years ago, the federal government orchestrated a series of events, , which included the forcible relocation of Native Americans. The U.S. government now has a chance to at least partially right these wrongs.
Native Americans have been asking this question for centuries. The latest salvo in this unyielding attack is highlighted in a recent series of Washington Post articles that target Alaska Native Corporations.