This student’s note will attempt to answer three questions: 1) How Canadian and American legal precedent affects the modern identity of Indigenous Populations? 2) How COVID-19 legislative relief continues to shape indigenous identities? and 3) Can a comparative study teach legislators about enacting legislation that withstands shifts in political climates?
Are We Atoning for Our Past or Creating More Problems: How COVID-19 Legislative Relief Laws Are Shaping the Identities of Indigenous Populations in North America,
54 U. MIA Inter-Am. L. Rev.
Available at: https://repository.law.miami.edu/umialr/vol54/iss2/7