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1977 Conference of Tribal Governments Doubletree Inn, Tukwila February 12-15, 1977 Policy Resolution Human Resources

By Burrows, John H.

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Title: 1977 Conference of Tribal Governments Doubletree Inn, Tukwila February 12-15, 1977 Policy Resolution Human Resources  
Author: Burrows, John H.
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Language: English
Subject: Government publications, United Nations Publications, Commission on Human Rights
Collections: Center For World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) Collection
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Publisher: Center For World Indigenous Studies (CWIS) and The Fourth World Documentation Project

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Preamble: Tribal sovereignty is inherent and original, derived not from grants of authority by the United States but from Indian governments, cultures, and social institutions which have been established since time immemorial. Intrinsic to our right of tribal self-government is the responsibility to protect and develop Indian human resources. The fulfillment of this responsibility must be in accordance with established sovereign tribal legal rights, spiritual beliefs, social institutions and customs, and relationship with the land. Concomitantly, it is the responsibility of the State that in providing human resources based on Washington State's disputed assumption of jurisdiction on Indian Reservations and in providing human services required by Indians as citizens of the State, to respect the dual status of Indians as tribal members and as State citizens. The negative assimilation - termination policies, practices, and effects which characterize some of the current federal and state health, education, employment and social welfare services delivered to Indian People must be replaced with positive services.

 

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