COVID-19 in Indian Country
The Indian Health Service has received more than $1 billion in additional resources to prevent, prepare for, and respond to the coronavirus pandemic.

The 99th Santa Fe Indian Market will be postponed until 2021 as a result of the coronavirus.

A Lakota family was forced out of their trailer during the coronavirus pandemic because they couldn't pay their power bill.

Native Roots Radio is pleased to announce a weekly symposium with a panel of guests and special guests every Sunday.

Across the country, Indian Health Care Providers have been on the front lines responding to this pandemic without adequate funding or resources like testing supplies and PPE.

The American Gaming Association is deeply concerned with the interim regulatory guidelines which preclude small gaming entities and their employees from receiving economic support under the newly-established Paycheck Protection Program.

The agenda is live and registration is open for NAFOA's Virtual Conference.

Cultural tourism not only creates and grows new businesses and jobs, it can also help to strengthen and preserve local traditions, customs, language, and culture.

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act allocated $8 billion, set-aside for tribal government expenditures incurred due to the COVID-19 public health emergency.

We will be hosting a special web-based Native Edge Institute to help you get your questions answered on what the new CARES Act means.

The National Indian Health Board (NIHB) is pleased to launch its COVID-19 Tribal Resource Center website.

Assistant Secretary Hunter Kurts will be joined by the Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Office of Native American Programs (ONAP) to provide the latest information on the COVID-19 situation and the newly enacted CARES Act.

In today’s podcast we sit down with Jack Hedrick-Lightfoot and focus on the topic of Planning for the Unexpected Part 2 Preparing for Times of Crisis.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic wants to provide you with tips to discuss the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) with your child.

NAJA wants to know what you are experiencing professionally and personally due to COVID-19 and how we might support our members during this challenging time.

Join experts from around the world for a live fireside chat to learn about Indigenous cancer care and COVID-19.

The Department of the Interior and the Department of Treasury announced tribal consultation on an $8 billion coronavirus relief fund.

At Crushing Colonialism we're very concerned for our Indigenous relatives under the COVID-19 pandemic.

Welcome to FCNL's Native American Legislative Update! NALU is a monthly newsletter about FCNL's Native American policy advocacy and ways for you to engage members of Congress.

Tribes ask for fair, streamlined disbursement process with federal agencies.