This summer, 25 New Mexico high school students gathered for four weeks of intensive study and discussion of issues important to them and their communities—issues like health care, violence, governmental policy, drug abuse, suicide, education and community—and each of them viewed through the lens of traditional tribal values.
I love my mom. I mean, who doesn’t love their mom, right?
Still, I probably love my mom an unhealthy amount. See, like most men raised by a single mom, Native or not, I’m a mama’s boy. I was an oversized baby with a HUGE head I..
DENVER – Indian gaming from its infancy to present-day prosperity can provide a model for tribes developing renewable energy, David Lester, Muscogee Creek, executive director of the Council of Energy Resource Tribes, told those attending a conference Oct. 25 – 29.
“The Indian gaming industry would look much different it...
WASHINGTON – “As a young person I was shy and I didn’t find my voice until I went to law school,” Kim Teehee, President Barack Obama’s Senior Policy Advisor for Native American Affairs, told about two dozen Native American students attending the annual UNITY mid-year conference in Washington, stands...
WASHINGTON – Fulfilling a pledge to forge a strong and lasting partnership with tribal nations, the leader of the free world took some time out of his schedule to address a plethora of concerns affecting Native American people and their communities.
“I’m absolutely committed to moving forward with you forging...
WASHINGTON – Jodi Archambault Gillette, Standing Rock Sioux, was named last February by President Obama as one of three deputy associate directors of the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs.
No other American Indian has held the position, which is meant to serve as a conduit between tribal governments and the House.
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