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Experienced Tribal Advocate and Attorney Joe Sarcinella Joins NAFSA

Experienced Tribal Advocate and Attorney Joe Sarcinella Joins NAFSA

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Joe Sarcinella has joined the Native American Financial Services Association (NAFSA) as its Chief Operations Officer and General Counsel. Sarcinella is an experienced tribal advocate and attorney, with many years in tribal advocacy and business-related fields. Over the previous four years, he served as Senior and...
Beaded Moccasin Beauty

Beaded Moccasin Beauty

Jozee Campos lives on the Fort Peck Indian Reservation with his partner and five children, who combined represent Dakota, Lakota, Taos Pueblo, Kiowa, Assiniboine and Blackfeet tribes. His artistic roots are in the pow wow arena, and he learned from his mother how to bead to continually add the...
Where the Buffalo Call Home

Where the Buffalo Call Home

It can be exciting to see a herd of buffalo, or perhaps astonishing natural beauty is more your thing. Or maybe you’re hankering for a little gunslinger history. Fort Belknap can show you all that, and much more. It is located in northeastern Montana, fairly close to the border,...

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How Mormons Assimilated Native Children

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