Notah Begay III Joins AMERIND Golf Fundraiser

Early Registration ends March 18, 2016  Published March 16, 2016 SANTA ANA PUEBLO, NEW MEXICO – Professional golfer and former PGA TOUR player Notah Begay III will join AMERIND Risk in the insurance company’s 12th Annual Protecting Tribal Families Golf Fundraiser on April 28 to benefit uninsured families and organizations aiding children. Those playing in the fundraiser will […]

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Snoqualmie Chairwoman to Warn Congress about Irresponsible Development on Sacred Ground

Carolyn Lubenau to Testify to Congressional Committee Opposing Desecration of Snoqualmie Falls Published March 16, 2016 SNOQUALMIE, WASHINGTON – Snoqualmie Tribal Chairwoman Carolyn Lubenau will testify before Congress on Thursday, March 17, to again warn lawmakers about plans for controversial development on ancient burial grounds adjacent to sacred Snoqualmie Falls. The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe, along with […]

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Richard Tall Bear Westerman Awarded Charlie Hill Spirit Award

Published March 15, 2016 PHOENIX – The National Indian Gaming Association yesterday named Richard Tall Bear Westerman as the recipient of the 2016 Charlie Hill Spirit Award. Richard is a native entrepreneur and the son of the late native actor Floyd Red Crow Westerman. The annual award was presented during the Chairman’s Welcome Reception on Sunday, March […]

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Tribal Leader, Aaron Payment, Named to Department of Education Rulemaking Committee

Published March 15, 2016 WASHINGTON — On March 4, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Chairperson Aaron Payment was named to the U.S. Department of Education committee that will draft proposed regulations for the new Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA), signed into law last December to replace the No Child Left Behind Act. The […]

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RedCan is Back – Graffiti Culture & Lakota Culture Once Again Will Come Together in the Heart of South Dakota

The Cheyenne River Youth Project’s 2nd Annual RedCan Graffiti Jam is Scheduled for July 6-9 at the Waniyetu Wowapi Art Park and Throughout Eagle Butte Published March 15, 2016 EAGLE BUTTE, SOUTH DAKOTA — It’s back. This July, graffiti artists from around the world will converge once again in a small town on the South Dakota prairie […]

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Keynote Address and Leadership Discussion Expected to Highlight Annual Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention in Phoenix

  Published March 15, 2016 PHOENIX—Tribal leaders, gaming professionals, industry experts and business people from across the globe are convergeing on Phoenix, Arizona to attend the National Indian Gaming Association’s annual Indian Gaming Tradeshow and Convention on March 13 – 16, 2016. On Monday,  LaDonna Harris, 85, founder and president of Americans for Indian Opportunity, […]

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