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Snoqualmie Indian Tribe Donates $275,000 to Landslide Relief
The Snoqualmie Indian Tribe has donated $275,000 to landslide relief efforts, giving $50,000 each to the Darrington, Arlington and Oso fire departments, as well as to the Red Cross...
Morongo Provides 400 Children with Back-to-School Supplies and Shoes
Four hundred school children in southern California went back to school with backpacks filled with school supplies, new sneakers and other goodies, thanks to the Morongo Band of Mi...
Lucille Echohawk's 'Big Vision': To Strengthen Communication Between Denver and Tribes
American Indians’ rural and city human services programs don’t have to be at odds in seeking government funds—an ongoing issue in many states...
Coeur d’Alene’s Restructure Gaming Payouts to Support Education in Idaho
The Coeur d’Alene Tribe has donated over $18 million to education since 1994...
Journalism Project on Native Women Gets $150K
Native Daughters , a journalism project at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) featuring prominent Native American women, recently received a donation of $150,000 from a reade...
Cherokee Nation Gives Back to Education
The Cherokee Nation recently distributed nearly $3 million to area schools during its Public School Appreciation Day held at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Catoosa, Oklahoma...
Philanthropists and Indigenous Leaders Talk Solutions to World’s Pressing Problems
Philanthropy has often overlooked the world’s 300 million Indigenous Peoples...
Seventh Generation Leading: Making the Case for Native Youth Leadership and Organizing
Information from Honor the Earth’s latest research— We Are the Seventh Generation: An Assessment of the Needs and Potential of Native Youth Organizing —will be presented at a May 4...
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