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#NoDAPL Camp Honors Cheyenne River Youth
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Quicken Loans Now Top Mortgage Lender to Indians
It looks as if there was a new top mortgage lender to American Indians last year, Quicken Loans of Michigan. And, the mortgage bank approves more loans to Natives than it doesn’t...
North Dakota Tribes Look to Partnerships With Lenders
Tribes, lenders and federal housing officials have met in North Dakota to try to jumpstart private lending on Indian homelands in the state...
New Mexico Advocate Who Helped Indian Housing Boom in the Desert Retires
American Indian housing is going to miss one of its most effective advocates with the retirement of Eric Schmieder, the longtime Indian housing specialist at the New Mexico Mortgag...
HUD Finalizes Tribal Consultation Policy
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has acknowledged tribal sovereignty by finalizing its tribal consultation policy and planning to establish a tribal advisory committ...
Tribes Can Apply for $56M in Community Development Funds
Tribes have until June 14 to apply for part of a $56.6 million pot of community development money...
No Increase in Request for Indian Community Development Program
The Department of Housing and Urban Development has pointed to the Administration’s $50 million increase in budget request for the Indian Housing Block Grant (IHBG) program, to $70...
Tribes Decide How to Spend Indian Housing Block Grants; A Legacy of Sovereignty Act
Many times when the federal government announces allocations of funds for American Indian projects, they include descriptions of what the money will be used for...
Tribal Housing Needs Far Outstrip Federal Allocations
The extra $50 million the Obama Administration wants to go towards tribal housing in fiscal 2017 looks to be just a drop in the bucket against rapidly increasing needs...
Ending All Native Homelessness Next Federal Target
The multi-agency effort just announced by the federal government to alleviate Native American veteran homelessness may just be the tip of the iceberg...
Ho-Chunk Homeless Vets Project Beats Federal Effort
The federal government recently announced grants of about $6 million for supportive housing for homeless Native veterans, touting an unusual collaboration between two federal agenc...
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