COVID-19 in Indian Country
Robyn Sunday-Allen, Chief Executive Officer of Oklahoma City Indian Clinic, was recently named Oklahoma’s 2022 Mother of the Year.
Robyn Sunday-Allen

With heartfelt sadness, the Quechan Tribe announces the passing of council member Claudette C. White to COVID-19.

The Seneca Nation is mourning the loss of five community members to COVID-19. Three of them are from the same family of Seneca matriarchs.

The Auntie Project: Native Women of Service launched a new initiative—the Navajo Nation Covid-19 Family Relief Effort.

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Is a once celebrated Native author trying to make a comeback, hoping the focus on the COVID-19 epidemic will overshadow unresolved allegations of sexual harassment and misconduct?

The administrators of the Social Distance Powwow are hosting a discussion to hear from Native women and leaders of the missing and murdered Indigenous women movement.

A Native author who was the subject of sexual harassment allegations reappeared on the very popular Social Distance Powwow group, frustrating Native women, survivors and advocates.

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe, Oglala Sioux Tribe, and the Rosebud Sioux Tribe are among the poorest and most vulnerable Tribal nations in the country