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Tony West on ICWA: ‘We Will Continue to Stand Up for ICWA’
The following are the remarks of Associate Attorney General Tony West as delivered at the National Indian Child Welfare Association’s 32nd annual Protecting Our Children Conference...
Sen. Begich Presses VAWA Protections for Alaska Natives
Having just chaired a portion of a recent hearing of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Sen...
Talking Points: Sen. Heitkamp Discusses Native Issues
U.S. Senator Heidi Heitkamp is the first female elected from North Dakota...
NCAI Celebrates Passage of VAWA on One-Year Anniversary
The Violence Against Women Act of 2013 (VAWA) recently turned a year old, and as tribes around the country are working on pilot programs the National Congress of American Indians r...
Continuing the Progress With Tribal Communities
Jodi Gillette, White House Blog
Today, we are releasing the synopsis from the 2013 Tribal Nations Conference and the 2013 White House Tribal Nations Conference Progress Report ...
Sen. Begich Speaks Out on Indian & Alaska Native Concerns
Sen. Mark Begich (D-Alaska) has served in the Senate since January 2009...
Celebrate Valentine's Day: Stop Violence Against Indigenous Women
For too many Indigenous women, love comes at a horrific price....
Three Tribes to Begin Prosecuting Non-Indian Domestic Violence Offenders
Three pilot tribes have been chosen by the Obama Administration to take early advantage of Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) provisions passed by Congress last year that allow trib...
Three Tribes to Exercise Jurisdiction Over Non-Indian Perpetrators Under VAWA
Three American Indian tribes—the Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona, the Tulalip Tribes of Washington, and the Umatilla Tribes of Oregon—will be the first in the nation exercise their i...
Under Tribal Scrutiny, Cantwell Exiting SCIA; Tester to Take Charge
After a tenuous year of leading the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Washington) has confirmed that she is moving on...
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