Tag: native american housing
Veterans housing on two reservations to receive grants to assist with home rehabs through the Home Depot Foundation and the Housing Assistance Council.
Members of Congress heard arguments on why NAHASDA needs to be reauthorized, along with why federal Indian housing funds should be a priority for lawmakers.
Native students from across the country put their creative skills to good cause with beautiful poster illustrations promoting safety, as part of AMERIND Risk’s 2017 National Safety Poster Contest. AMERIND announced the contest winners at its Awards Banquet Ceremony on Wednesday, June 28, during the 2017 AMERIND Risk National...
The U.S. Department of the Interior is promising not to slash land acquisitions on behalf of tribes as part of the recently released Trump budget.
Navajo President Russell Begaye recently signed legislation removing the entire Navajo Housing Authority following allegations of misuse of federal funding.
The Navajo Nation Council voted to fire the entire Navajo Housing Authority board following concerns. President Russell Begaye has yet to take formal action
New Department of the Interior Secretary, Ryan Zinke, first appearance in front of Congress recently showed promise, but was it enough?
Many would think funding is the biggest concern for Indian housing, but a recent survey says otherwise.
Tribes have done a good job taking over housing self-determination from the federal government though housing sovereignty is lacking essential funds.
Days before President Donald Trump signed executive actions for the pipelines without tribal consultation, his transition team met with tribal leaders.
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