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United South and Eastern Tribes, Inc. Participating in The Big Payback
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USET Passes Resolution Relating State-Nation Exclusivity Agreements
On October 31, at its annual meeting at Harrah's Cherokee Resort Event Center in Cherokee, North Carolina, the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET) Board of Directors voted to pa...
Top 5 Philanthropic Foundations Make Native Education a Priority
Following the July 30 story about Sam Simon, co-creator (with Matt Groening) of The Simpsons who has terminal cancer, looking to donate all of his money to charity Indian Country T...
USET Forms Violence Against Native Women Workgroup
Tribal leaders and members of the USET health, social service and tribal justice committees unanimously voted to pass an USET Resolution to establish a workgroup focused on violenc...
Eastern Band of Cherokee Wins USET Drinking Water Contest
It’s official: The Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians are blessed with the best drinking water among members of the United South and Eastern Tribes (USET), the group announced at its...
United Southern and Eastern Tribes Launches Quarterly Newsletter
A new quarterly newsletter by the United Southern and Eastern Tribes (USET) shares the progressive steps and great achievements that tribes within the nonprofit's region are taking...