Kirsten Carlson is an associate professor of law and adjunct associate professor of political science, Wayne State University. Her research focuses on legal advocacy and law reform, with particular attention on the strategies used by Indian nations and indigenous groups to reform federal law and policy.
Native Americans living on reservations and in traditional villages were the most undercounted people in the 2010 U.S. Census. This year, tribal leaders throughout the U.S. are urging American Indians and Alaska Natives to be seen and counted in the 2020 U.S. Census. The Census, mandated by the Constitution, counts all people living in the […]