For the Shinnecock Indian Nation in Southampton, a new casino “is about the preservation of our people.” But some Hamptonites oppose the location.
The Shinnecock Indian Nation views a casino on its reservation as a path out of poverty, but some wealthy neighbors are up in arms.
A federal judge has thrown out a lawsuit by three Shinnecock Indian Nation fishermen who accused state and local law enforcement of a "pattern of racially motivated criminal prosecutions" against them for exercising their aboriginal fishing rights.
The Hamptons is getting its first casino located at the Shinnecock Indian Nation
Exclusive: Shinnecock Indian Nation's Plan To Develop Casino On Southampton Reservation Draws Concern From Locals
More than a dozen members of the Shinnecock Indian Nation are camping out in the East End of Long Island woods to protest the tribe’s treatment by New York state and the Town of Southampton. @GusoffTV reports.
Did you know the Shinnecock Hills Golf Club in the Hamptons were carved out of the Shinnecock Indian Nation burial site? Uncover more when #ConsciencePointPBS from @IndependentLens premieres Mon, Nov 18 (check local listings). #NativeAmericanHistoryMonth
Chenae, a member of the Shinnecock Indian Nation, believes it's time for New York City to lead the way in recognizing and celebrating its indigenous communities on this day. #RecognizeIndigenousPeoplesDayNYC