Dr. Ian Record of the National Congress of American Indians on Tribal Nations and the U.S. - 4:36
"Tribal Nations are recognized in the U.S. Constitution as part of the American family of governments. They are recognized as sovereign governments that actually predated the creation of the United States."
Posted May 04, 2015
There are 566 federally recognized Indian Nations in America and tribal members are citizens of three sovereigns, their tribe, the United States, and the state in which they reside. With Dr. Ian Record, Director of the Partnership for Tribal Governance at the National Congress of American Indians. In discussing tribal governance, Record said, "Tribal Nations are recognized in the U.S. Constitution as part of the American family of governments. They are recognized as sovereign governments that actually predated the creation of the United States." Visit the National Congress of American Indians on the web at www.NCAI.org or www.Facebook.com/NCAI1944 or follow at www.Twitter.com/NCAI1944.
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