Infrastructure in Indigenous Communities: Priorities for American Jobs Plan
Wednesday, April 21, 2021
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The House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples of the United States holds a hearing entitled “Infrastructure in Indigenous Communities: Priorities for American Jobs Plan” on April 21, 2021.

The American Jobs Plan, as proposed by President Joe Biden, promises to bring tens of billions of dollars directly to tribes to address employment, infrastructure, housing and other needs in their communities. It would also provide hundreds of billions of dollars to other programs for which tribes would be eligible.

The hearing takes place at 10am Eastern. It will be broadcast on YouTube and on Facebook.

The witness list follows:

Panel I
The Honorable Kevin Killer
President
Oglala Lakota Nation
Pine Ridge, South Dakota

The Honorable William Aila, Jr.
Chairman
Hawaiian Homes Commission
Kapolei, Hawaii

The Honorable Andrew Joseph, Jr.
Council Member
Colville Tribal Business Council
Nespelem, Washington

Panel II
Dr. Traci Morris, PhD
Executive Director
American Indian Policy Institute at Arizona State University
Phoenix, Arizona

Mr. Walter Haase
General Manager
Navajo Tribal Utility Authority
Fort Defiance, Arizona

Ms. Megan Alvanna Stimpfle
Self-Governance Liaison
Norton Sound Health Corporation
Nome, Alaska

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