Steve Newcomb of the Indigenous Law Institute presents at the Indigenous Peoples Forum on the Doctrine of Discovery at the Arizona state capital House of Representatives on March 23, 2012.
Professor Robert Miller on The Doctrine of Discovery and Manifest Destiny
North American Caucus Statement on the Doctrine of Discovery
Chief Oren Lyons on Doctrine of Discovery
Native America: Discovered and Conquered
About the Indigenous Peoples Forum on the Impact of the Doctrine of Discovery
In a historic act of presence and testament of Indigenous Nationhood and Self Determination, an Indigenous Peoples Forum convened on the floor of the Arizona State House of Representatives [March 23, 2012] to address the impact of the Doctrine of Discovery on Indigenous Peoples from a range of perspectives that ranged from the O’otham Hemuchkam to the academic, from the legal to the educational, and from the economic to the cultural. The event was organized by the Nahuacalli, Embassy of Indigenous Peoples as an expression of Self Determination and to move with healing into the future of the Nican Tlacah Ilhuitl, Indigenous Peoples Day.