Tag Archives: Indian country
This month, PWNA President and CEO Joshua Arce offers his thoughts on our ‘Native News Pick of the Monthâ€™ about the first Native American cabinet. secretary.
Each year, we take time to reflect on the impact of our program partners and donors on Native communities… and to put it mildly, 2020 was unprecedented.
Check out this monthâ€™s most notable #NativeAmerican headlines, from next-generation students rebuilding communities amid COVID-19 to some of Justice Ginsburgâ€™s memorable contributions to Indian Country.
In 2020, the U.S. Census will define who we are as a nation and it is vital that the census also have an accurate portrait of our tribal nations.
Native Americans have been underserved, underrepresented and undercounted in the census for centuries… reports highlight the systematic marginalization…
PWNA serves approximately 1,000 reservation partners, focusing on health and nutrition, animal welfare, education, and emergency services, as well as holiday support.
Many Native American Elders encourage tribal members to vote for change. As of right now, more than 1 million Native Americans who are eligible to vote are unregistered voters.
Food sovereignty has been a major focus in sustainable community development across Indian country.
We have written recently about NRC’s work with Native communities around the holidays. Now that tens of thousands of Christmas stockings and holiday meals have placed, we are taking a breather to reflect on what has been accomplished and learned in 2014. We are pleased and humbled that hundreds of partner agencies on reservations asked […]