For over a decade, residents of the rural Fort Apache Reservation in eastern Arizona have been promised miles of pipeline that would bring clean drinking water to their communities.
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The infrastructure law includes $3.5 billion for the federal Indian Health Service, which provides health care to more than 2 million Native Americans and Alaska Natives, plus pots of money through other federal agencies for water projects.
November is Native American Heritage Month. Michigan is home to 12 federally-recognized Indian tribes. That includes the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan in Mt. Pleasant.
The Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan has received a $785,555 federal grant to hire police officers and support public safety efforts.
In the middle of a small border town in West Texas sits an unassuming dirt mound dotted with piles of rocks, with just some wire strung between posts separating it from the road.
“Every case that we’ve had to experience here is not a case that originated within the workplace,” Cloutier explained.
Michigan's 12 federally recognized tribes made $30.5 million in distribution payments to local governments and schools.
An expert who worked to protect uncontacted Amazonian tribes has been shot and killed with an arrow in Brazil, according to the government's Indigenous affairs agency, Fundação Nacional do Índio (Funai).
The bipartisan Senate and House Great Lakes Task Forces requested that tribal, commercial, charter, and recreational fisheries in the Great Lakes be made eligible for future emergency funding provided by Congress because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A northern California Indian tribe's sacred land is now back under their ownership, thanks to the help of a conservancy group.