Recent Challenges Faced by Native American Minority Religions

Vinueza, Ana; Smith, Raymond Arthur

Native Americans have a long history of struggle to gain political recognition of and protection for their religious and ceremonial practices. During the last decade, the latest roadblocks Native American religious minorities have faced surround the use of feathers from the federally protected bald eagle, the possession and use of peyote, and access to sacred sites.


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Political Science
Majority Rule and Minority Rights Issue Briefs
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March 13, 2014