General News on 6/13/14
President Obama, and First Lady Michelle Obama are scheduled to visit the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe in North Dakota June 13, marking the first visit by a sitting president to Indian country since President Clinton visited the Pine Ridge Reservation in 1999.
General News on 6/11/14
During the NBA finals June 10 between the San Antonio Spurs and the Miami Heat, thousands, if not millions, of people saw an anti-R-skins commercial that was aired during the game.
General News on 6/10/14
On June 9, Attorney General Eric Holder said that his office will work with tribes to increase voting access for American Indians and Alaska Natives across the United States.
General News, Schools & Youth Center, Seasonal Programs, Food on 6/10/14
Throughout the school year and the long summers, your support provides food for hundreds of children living in the Menominee Indian School District, WI and on the Cheyenne River Indian Sioux Reservation, SD.
General News on 6/9/14
Honor the Special Men in Your Life.
General News on 6/6/14
President Obama announced June 5 that he and the First Lady will be travelling to Cannonball, North Dakota on June 13 to visit the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe.
General News on 6/5/14
Today, we mourn the passing of Navajo Code Talker Chester Nez. Nez, 93, died June 4 of kidney failure. He was the last of the “Original 29” code talkers, who developed the code using the Navajo language during World War II that the Japanese were never able to break.
General News on 6/4/14
Indigenous peoples in the United States have the highest incarceration rate of any racial or ethic group, and in several states they are illegally being denied their religious rights, according to a report to the U.N. Human Rights Committee last fall jointly submitted by numerous Native American organizations.
General News on 6/2/14
Members of the Cowboy Indian Alliance came together to plant corn in protest against the construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline.
Someone at the Washington NFL football team’s head office thought it would be a good idea to start a Twitter campaign Thursday to defend its racially insensitive name.
They were wrong.