Tag: american indian veterans
Service and sacrifice spanning more than three centuries are honored in the first and only known national memorial to American Indian veterans of many conflicts.
A whopping 90 percent of men from the Yurok Reservation went overseas during World Wars I and II, serving everywhere from Italy to Iwo Jima.This is just one interesting fact from The Original Patriots: Northern California Indian Veterans of World War Two by Chag Lowry, Yurok/Maidu/Pit River, who 60...
After consulting with tribes, two federal departments are launching a joint outreach to assist Native veterans who are homeless or likely to become so.
Taos Pueblo recently signed a memorandum of agreement with the U.S. Veterans Affairs to assist tribal veterans with housing needs.
On this Memorial Day ICTMN shares some memorials honoring our fallen Native warriors across the country.
More than 300 people gathered at Oak Flat on Saturday February 6 to protest the awarding of Apache Sacred Site to Resolution Copper.
The federal government will consult with tribes on a new program aimed at giving supportive housing assistance to homeless American Indian veterans.
ICTMN this Veterans Day is recognizing 5 Notable Native figures who served their country as a member of the armed forces.
Tanya H. Lee
Stephanie Birdwell brings understanding and passion to her job as the first director of the VA’s Office of Tribal Government Relations.
Dennis W. Zotigh
The National Museum of American Indian asks do American Indians celebrate the 4th of July and let their readers tell their stories about the day.
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