Session 25: RE1 -> Diverse Issues Concerning Native American Legal and Social Justice
Time: 8:00AM to 9:30 AM on Wednesday, November 7
Place: Tigris
Session Chair: Dorothy Bracey, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Tribal Sovereignty, Individual Rights, and the Myth of Special Privileges
by: Steve Russell, Indiana University (Corresponding)
The Issue of Social Justice in Indian Country
by: Laurence Armand French, Western New Mexico University (Corresponding)
Fraser River Reds: The Black Market in Sockeye Salmon, and the Criminalization of Indigenous People
by: Susan Will, John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Corresponding)
Stan Beyer
Women in Tribal Policing: An Examination of Their Status and Experiences
by: Eileen Luna Firebaugh, University of Arizona (Corresponding)
Native American Offenders Under the Federal Sentencing Guidelines
by: Kevin R. Blackwell, U.S. Sentencing Commission (Corresponding)

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