45 and Counting: Bill Clinton, George W. Bush, and Barack Obama
In anticipation of the 2020 election, Voices will be highlighting a 2016 series published by Indian Country Today which provides an overview of how each president has played a role in policies that affect the legacy of Indigenous peoples after the advent of colonization. This series, written by journalist Alysa Landry, paints a picture of how we have arrived at the present moment under these leaders.
Bill Clinton Invites Tribal Leaders to the White House
George W. Bush: ‘Actively Ignored’ Indians; Struggled with Sovereignty
Barack Obama: ‘Emotionally and Intellectually Committed to Indian Country’
Editor’s note: A new installment of “45 and Counting” will be published every Tuesday from August 11th until Tuesday November 3.