“Tribal” names, in fact, sometimes refer…
From a tribal justice, tribal rights point of view, this is criminal."
Known as Public Law 83-280 (PL 280), the legislation in California was put in place without tribal consent and means that federal law enforcement has a much smaller role in these tribal areas and state law enforcement take on the majority of cases there.
A 1978 Supreme Court decision stripped tribal nations of prosecutorial and police jurisdictional powers, meaning tribal police officers and prosecutors have no authority over non-Natives who commit crimes on reservations or in tribal territories.
An adherent of a tribal religion is aware of his dependency…
Tribal peoples in medieval India followed different ways of life.
Supreme Court, with outcomes that have often threatened tribal sovereignty.
Mongol history alternated between periods of tribal conflict and tribal consolidation.
Many Northeast tribes maintained tribal governments and councils and continued their traditional cultural activities.
A native system has evolved of moving from tribal anarchy to centralized government and relapsing again into anarchy.
Two examples of criminal jurisdiction help to clarify the interaction of tribal, regional, and federal or dominion authorities.
In the 1980s there was considerable ethnic violence in Tripura, fueled largely by local demands for an independent tribal homeland.
Tribal genealogies establish rights of succession and inheritance and the right to use tribal lands and to speak in tribal council.
The tribal governments have continued in modified form to the present, but with significantly less sovereignty; all tribal members are full citizens of Oklahoma and the United States.
The head of the family, as well as of each successively larger social unit making up the tribal structure, is called sheikh; the sheikh is assisted by an informal tribal council of male elders.
Generalizing about tribal dance is made difficult not only by the lack of evidence concerning its origins and the rapid dying of extant forms but also by the fact that the term tribal covers so many different kinds of dance.
Protests greeted him in South Dakota, where roughly 100 Native Americans and other demonstrators demanded that the president cancel the event and honour a longstanding treaty that allows tribal governance over South Dakota’s Black Hills, home to dozens of tribal nations.
The measures enacted by Chege’s department have earned rare applause from human rights groups in Kenya, which have fought alongside sexual and tribal minorities in a country that is both largely conservative in its social mores and politically divided along tribal lines.
Their success hinged on unearthing a wealth of documents – court cases, family histories, tribal correspondence with the federal government – much of which was found at the National Archives facility in Seattle, according to Tom Wooten, the Samish Indian Nation tribal chairman.
The US secretary of the interior, Sally Jewell, praised the army’s decision, saying it “underscores that tribal rights reserved in treaties and federal law, as well as nation-to-nation consultation with tribal leaders, are essential components” of discussions in infrastructure projects.
- relating to or characteristic of a tribe
Example: tribal customs
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