Native American lawsuit: New Jersey tribe sues over land use

Tribe officially recognised by state of New Jersey and its ties to land which now sits in a gated community which goes back for generations.

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    A Native American tribe in the United States state of New Jersey has filed a federal lawsuit against its neighbours.

    The Ramapough Lenape Nation accuses a homeowners' association of violating its right to gather and pray - on its own land.

    Al Jazeera's Kristen Saloomey brings us this story from Mahwah, New Jersey.


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