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AIS definitions & Vine Deloria’s 10 Basic Human Rights Justin Ashworth Melissa Ruiz Elise Johnson
Definitions of AIS The study of self determination and tribal nation (re)building. Convocation definition: – Indigenousness: place, culture, and society – Sovereignty: law and history
Vine Deloria’s 10 Basic Human Rights Strengthened tribal governments Better ties between urban/rural and reservation communities
10 Basic Human Rights cont’d Disavowal of congressional plenary power Formal U.S. federal acknowledgement of our respective nations sovereignty
10 Basic Human Rights cont’d Affirmation of the political rights of “non- recognized” nations Revival of treaty-making process
10 Basic Human Rights cont’d Continued consolidation and restoration of our land Increased teaching of Indigenous knowledge to our youth
10 Basic Human Rights cont’d Establishment of a permanent Court of Indian Affairs Modification of the trust doctrine from an active to passive role
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