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Enjoy some summer savings for a tribal grant management course, courtesy NAFOA.
Tunica-Biloxi Tribe 26th Annual Powwow
“Each year, Pow Wow strengthens the bonds within our community and among our guests from afar,” said Chairman Marshall Pierite.
Cherokee Nation Earth Day
Cherokee Nation is leading by example to foster a sustainable future, both locally and globally, for generations to come.
Saginaw Chippewa Tribe
We are First Nations historians and professors working in Canada. Our communities are also impacted by the loss of cultural patrimony to museums in the U.S. and the laws covering repatriation.
Tohono O’odham Nation
In a vibrant building adorned with murals on the grounds of Tohono O’odham Community College, students gather in a classroom around a U-shaped table.
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Connected Learning Center - Cherokee Nation
As we empower our rural and underserved communities, Cherokee Nation is building a brighter, more connected future for our citizens in northeast Oklahoma.
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StrongHearts Native Helpline
On the cusp of its seven-year anniversary, StrongHearts Native Helpline is building partnerships and gaining support from grants awarded to sustain culturally appropriate support and advocacy for Native people.
Haskell Indian Nations University
Haskell Indian Nations University will offer a new business degree program under a partnership with the Native American Agriculture Fund.
Many Farms, Arizona
Tribes and Native entities have more time to submit applications for the Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program, a national initiative to improve high-speed internet access on Native lands.
Cameron, Arizona
In 2020, more than 18% of people on tribal lands lacked access to broadband, compared with about 4% in non-tribal areas.
Phoenix Indian Boarding School
A national oral history project aims to document the experiences of Indigenous children who attended federal boarding schools.
Montana Indigenous Food Sovereignty Initiative
Behind American Indian Hall on the Montana State University campus, ancient life is growing.
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Bryan Newland
The Bureau of Indian Affairs announced nearly $2 million in grants to support the Indian Child Welfare Act in off-reservation communities across the nation.
Chuck Hoskin Jr.
With more than 11,000 active patients, Cherokee Nation operates the country’s largest Special Diabetes Program for Indians.
Boo — only 18 days until funding for Indian Country programs runs out.
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First Beach on Quileute Reservation
Tribes are getting their applications in for funds from the second round of the Tribal Broadband Connectivity Program.
Miguel Cardona
The Department of Education has awarded more than $10 million in grants to support Native languages, Native teachers and Native students.
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Every day is Indigenous Peoples’ Day.
Lac Courte Oreilles Drummers
The Lac Courte Oreilles Band of Lake Superior Chippewa Indians is adopting a no tolerance policy amid a reported rise in gang activity among youth.
It’s #NAFOAFall23 Week! More than 800 tribal leaders, financial professionals, and industry experts are in attendance in Arizona.
National Congress of American Indians Wellness Walk
The Special Diabetes Program for Indians is about to run out of money, again, despite helping address high rates of the disease.
Deb Haaland
The first-ever grants for the Indian Youth Service Corps (IYSC), a new program at the Department of the Interior, have been announced.
Grand Canyon Skywalk
A new season brings new updates for Indian Country.
Summer is ending soon. Have you registered for the Fall Conference?
Fresh off the press: NAFOA’s agenda for #NAFOAFALL23!
Keeping Indian Country hotter than these temperatures.
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Walthill, Nebraska
On a sunny afternoon in October, young people gathered for the grand opening of a new skate park on the Omaha Reservation.
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MSU Montana State University
The Western Transportation Institute at Montana State University will provide transportation outreach and technical assistance to 29 tribes across five states.
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