COVID-19 in Indian Country
“We are in this fight against COVID-19 together and we need the cooperation and partnership of all schools to help safely reopen schools,” said Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez.
Window Rock Arizona Navajo Nation

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC), a 501(c)(3) nonprofit clinic providing health and wellness services to American Indians in central Oklahoma, promotes summer safety tips for kids.
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“The pandemic has brought on many challenges and financial burden for many of our Navajo families and the Child Tax Credit will provide some financial relief,” said President Jonathan Nez of the Navajo Nation.

The White House invites you to join a briefing on June 29, 2021, to learn how the Child Tax Credit in the American Rescue Plan Act will help Native families.
White House

The Cheyenne River Youth Project announced that its award-winning RedCan invitational graffiti jam will be back as a live, in-person event this summer.

“This much-needed financial support will aid our ability to help the Tribal communities we serve recover more quickly from the pandemic’s wide-ranging impact on them,” said Bryan Newland, who has been nominated to serve as the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs in the Biden administration.

Sen. Ben Ray Luján (D-New Mexico) is seeking targeted funding for the behavioral health needs of nation’s children in the next COVID-19 relief package.
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“Our kids have been remote learning for a long time, and they’ve really missed school,” said Jerica Widow of the Cheyenne River Youth Project.

Oklahoma City Indian Clinic hosted its annual Toy Wonderland benefiting families in need this holiday season.
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As a unique school community that transports students in and out of the Pueblos daily, the responsible course of action for the Santa Fe Indian School is to reduce student movement between multiple communities in New Mexico.

The Cheyenne River Youth Project and the Seattle-based Vadon Foundation have announced a new partnership that will allow the nonprofit, grassroots youth organization to raise funds for Covid-19 relief.

Bureau of Indian Education-operated schools across the United States will have a uniform start date of September 16 for the 2020-2021 school year.

As summer draws to a close, kids are going back to school — but school doesn’t look the same.

The Navajo Education Incentive, formerly known as the Navajo School Clothing Program, is accepting applications.

The Native Youth Wellness Warrior Camp East Coast will be online this year!

The Cheyenne River Youth Project’s 6th annual RedCan invitational graffiti jam was groundbreaking for more than one reason.

'We will persevere if we protect our community, families, & ourselves': A coloring book for youth features artwork from renowned Kewa Pueblo cartoonist Ricardo Caté.

The Cheyenne River Youth Project is back up and running after all staff members tested negative for COVID-19.

Native American youth from urban and rural communities across the nation gathered for United National Indian Tribal Youth’s (UNITY) first-ever virtual national conference.

The Healing Indigenous Lives Initiative is hosting four virtual sessions to support and enhance Native youth engagement, coordination, and action related to public safety issues, with a focus on juvenile justice and delinquency prevention in Indian country.