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LEO A DALY Hires Navajo as Market Leader for Indian Projects
June 23, 2011
Dan Lewis (Photo courtesy of LEO A DALY) LEO A DALY's Phoenix, Arizona-based office hired Navajo Nation member Dan Lewis to focus on the architecture, planning, engineering, interi...
Indian Child Welfare Activist Receives Robert F. Kennedy Children’s Action Corps’ Award
June 17, 2011
Terry Cross “Terry [Cross] is a quietly powerful man,” Ed Kelley, president and chief executive officer of the Robert F...
NMBC Honors Ongweoweh Corporation for Encouraging Supplier Diversity
June 21, 2011
The National Minority Business Council (NMBC), an advocacy group for minority and women-owned businesses founded in 1972, will host its “Off The Streets” job employment stimulus ch...
Delaware Nation Building Solar Energy Project
June 20, 2011
A 37.5-kilowatt solar array is under construction on the roof of the Delaware Nation's complex in Anadarko, Oklahoma...
Protecting the Sacred Wakarusa Wetlands in Lawrence, Kansas from Highway Construction
June 20, 2011
The Wakarusa Wetlands in Lawrence, Kansas—an area steeped in Indian history, a former refuge for Indian boarding school students and home to a variety of animal habitats—are threat...
Hattie Kauffman Brings Indian Country to the CBS Newsroom
June 17, 2011
Hattie Kauffman (Photo by Jack McNeel) The headline for the Idaho Community Foundation’s 2nd Annual North Idaho Luncheon on June 14 at the Coeur d’Alene Resort , read “Welcome Home...
Homeless Bear the Heat in the Valley of the Sun
June 14, 2011
Keeping cool when triple digits hit downtown Phoenix. Homeless transients seek shelter amid the afternoon heat in downtown Phoenix...
Digital Exclusion High in Indian Country
June 06, 2011
Broadband access is limited for people living in rural and Tribal areas throughout the United States, according to the Federal Communications Commission ’s (FCC) latest Broadband P...
Let's Move! in Indian Country Debuts at Menominee Indian Reservation
May 25, 2011
In an effort to improve the health and well being of American Indian and Alaska Native youth and decrease obesity, First Lady Michelle Obama created Let's Move!...
Sen. Murkowski Raises Awareness of Alaska Native Health Disparities
May 20, 2011
Senator Lisa Murkowski , R-Alaska, recently commemorated “Minority Health Awareness,” a resolution to address health disparities faced by minorities at disproportionate rates as we...
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