Ecology, Environment and Conservation
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Researchers from University of California Discuss Findings in Natural Resources
April 22nd, 2011
"The abuse of Native American populations and the injustices of federal Indian policy have been well documented. Using the concept of distributive justice to frame the analysis, this article addresses five major Indian land-policy initiatives promulgated to ''help'' post-conquest indigenous populations, sonic of the equity arguments used to rationalize them, and their effects on land ownership and terrestrial resources in the Yurok Indian Reservation of northern California," investigators in Berkeley, United States report.
"This article then examines the treatment of Yurok land tenure and natural resources over the last 150 years as an indicator of how equitable these...
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Source: Ecology, Environment and Conservation (2011-04-22)