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Celebrating Armed Forces Day: Some lighthearted and serious ways to tell if someone is a Native American Veteran. By ICMN's Vincent Schilling
The 10th annual Gathering of American Indian Veterans at the end of March provided a place for fellow Native veterans to network and get assistance.
On January 7, the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission (NNHRC) held a hearing to discuss police brutality directed towards Navajo citizens in Gallup.
An upcoming change in the Code of Federal Regulations will give tribes the opportunity to process VA eligibility applications for its Native veterans.
NCAI president Brain Cladoosby was vocal about the need for a trust relationship with the Trump administration in his State of Indian Nations address.
Rep. Raúl M. Grijalva
When Republicans in Washington brag about repealing the Affordable Care Act, there is something they forget to mention – the repeal of the IHCIA.
The Native Nations Inaugural Ball focused less on celebrating a new president and more on honoring Native American military members and veterans.
The New Mexico Indian Affairs Committee has endorsed measures ahead of the 53rd legislative session, one is a Mescalero Apache Tribe land transfer.
For the past four years, Oklahoma tribes have hosted an “Inter-Tribal Veterans Stand-Down.”
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