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Fresh off the press: NAFOA’s agenda for #NAFOAFALL23!
Cherokee Connect
All those living on the Cherokee Nation Reservation need the ability to participate in the digital economy.
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White House
The Biden administration is working to improve high-speed internet in American Indian, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian communities.
Bright Path Strong at NAFOA
NAFOA values our community—thank you for being a part of it.
NAFOA: 5 Things You Need to Know this Week
2022 is a BIG year for NAFOA!
White House
Check out the agenda for the second and final day of the White House Tribal Nations Summit.
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Richard Frias and Paulette Jordan
Welcome to NAFOA’s new Executive Director, Rico Frias!
Quinault Nation
The Tribal Coastal Resiliency Act is up for its first hearing in the 117th Congress.
“These investments will help many Native American, Alaskan Native and Native Hawaiian communities gain long overdue access to life-saving technologies, economic opportunities, remote learning and countless other benefits,” said Secretary Raimondo.
“Expanding broadband to our communities is not just a game changer – it is a life changer to tribal communities like mine and all Tribal Nations across the country,” said Treasurer Shannon Holsey of the National Congress of American Indians.
The Senate Committee on Indian Affairs is taking another look at the ways in which COVID-19 has impacted Native communities.
The NAFOA newsletter has something for everyone – from Native students to Tribal Leaders.
The Supreme Court said the Census Bureau can stop its count of the population, a blow to tribal leaders and local advocates for underrepresented communities who said they would be hit hardest by an undercount.
An order from the U.S. Supreme Court allows the U.S. Census Bureau to end the 2020 count and stop data collection across the country.
The National Congress of American Indians, the Native American Rights Fund, and the National Urban Indian Family Coalition condemn the Trump administration’s pursuit of an incomplete 2020 Census.
Bills to return land to the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe, extend federal recognition to the Lumbee Tribe, address bison management and improve tribal economic development programs are on the agenda.