Navajo Nation President Celebrates New Raytheon Dine’ Facility Warehouse

Published April 22, 2017 FARMINGTON, NEW MEXICO – On Apr. 21, President Russell Begaye provided an address to over 90% Navajo employees of Raytheon, state representatives and Raytheon executives at the Raytheon Diné Facility ribbon cutting ceremony. The Raytheon facility opened a new 30,000-square foot technology integrated warehouse to house all inbound materials and completed […]

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The Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women Receives $250K from Grants

Published April 23, 2017 ALBUQUERQUE – The Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) has received $250,000 in competitive grants from Verizon Wireless HopeLine, a Pueblo of Pojoaque foundation and two national organizations to help break the cycle of violence among Native Americans in New Mexico. The funding will provide general operating support and […]

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Change The Mascot Expresses Extreme Disappointment Over NFL Decision to Have Washington Team Host First Thanksgiving Game in Franchise History

Published April 22, 2017  ONEIDA NATION NEW YORK – The Change the Mascot campaign is expressing its extreme disappointment in the National Football League for its decision to have the Washington NFL team host the first-ever Thanksgiving Day game in franchise history during the upcoming season. Change the Mascot leaders Oneida Nation Representative Ray Halbritter and National Congress […]

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Cherokee Nation’s Economic Impact on Northeast Oklahoma Now Exceeds $2B

  Tribe strengthens state’s economy through investments and jobs TULSA– Cherokee Nation’s impact on the Oklahoma economy now exceeds $2.03 billion, according to a report produced and released today by economist Dr. Russell Evans, principal at the Economic Impact Group and assistant professor of economics at Oklahoma City University. “The Cherokee Nation is here to […]

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Sen. Hoeven Examines Implementation of the Native American Children’s Safety Act of 2016

Published April 21, 2017 FORT TOTTEN, NORTH DAKOTA – U.S. Senator John Hoeven (R-ND), chairman of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, today convened a field oversight hearing on “Safeguarding to the Seventh Generation: Protection and Justice for Indian Children and the Implementation of the Native American Children’s Safety Act of 2016.” The hearing took […]

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Blackfeet Nation Votes to Approve Water Agreement with Montana and United States

Published April 21, 2017BROWNING, MONTANA — A majority of Blackfeet Nation voters Thursday approved a water rights agreement with Montana and the United States.An unofficial count had 75 percent of the votes in favor, approving the Blackfeet Water Compact and Blackfeet Water Rights Settlement Act.The compact confirms and quantifies the Tribe’s water rights and also confirms […]

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