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70 Years Ago, Native American Women Couldn’t Vote. Now, We're Congresswomen.
, Guest Writer
Their victories provide hope that indigenous nations still have allies and the spirit to fight.
We're Finally Going To Have Native American Women In Congress
Democrats Deb Haaland of New Mexico and Sharice Davids of Kansas won their House races ― and made history.
2018 Is The Year Of The Native Woman, But We've Always Been Leaders
Ruth H. Hopkins
, Guest Writer
They’ve been tested, they’re qualified, and they are born leaders.
This Candidate May Become The First Native American Congresswoman
Meet Deb Haaland, Democratic candidate for New Mexico’s first district and, if elected, the nation’s first Native American woman in Congress.
Republican Questions Native American Opponent's Ethnicity In Bizarre Fox Interview
New Mexico state Rep. Janice Arnold-Jones suggests Democratic rival Deb Haaland isn't Native American because she didn't grow up on a reservation.
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