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With a growing number of communities celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day, another Democratic presidential candidate announced plans to improve the government's relationship with the first Americans.
The final afternoon of the historic Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum featured presentations from five Democratic candidates for president.
From freeing Indian activist Leonard Peltier to improving Indian health care, the 2020 candidates for president didn't run from the difficult issues at the historic Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum.
Julián Castro, a former Obama administration official, was the first presidential candidate in the 2020 cycle with a detailed Indigenous agenda.
History is being made as 11 candidates for president in 2020 are taking part in a forum focused solely on the concerns of Native Americans.
The Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum is the first of the 2020 cycle to focus on Indian Country's issues.
With a prominent Indian Country figure as a supporter, Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren is promising major changes in the federal-tribal relationship.
The Frank LaMere Native American Presidential Forum continues to grow as more Democratic candidates reach out to Native voters early in the 2020 election cycle.
As the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates hit the stage for their second round of debates, some of the hopefuls are sitting down with tribal leaders.
The 2020 Democratic presidential field is a crowded one. Some candidates are distinguishing themselves in Indian Country.
A clear and shared vision among Democrats is the only way to compete against 'Make America Great Again.'
It doesn’t take modern sensibilities to recognize that the Seventh Cavalry committed atrocities at Wounded Knee.
I have seen time and time again Secretary Castro listen to the most marginalized communities in our country and respond with thoughtful action.
The Spokane Tribe and the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians will work closely with federal agencies to address economic development, employment and other needs.
Some of the newest members of the family of Indian nations received funds to address housing conditions and economic development in their communities.
The 26 tribal recipients will be able to meet the specific needs of their warriors by providing them with rental vouchers from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and services from the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Blackfeet Nation of Montana, whose members have been fighting mold for decades, received $800,000 from the program.
First Lady Michelle Obama and nearly a dozen Cabinet members are welcoming the youth to historic event.
HUD manages about $700 million in funds for Indian housing programs.