Tag Archives: Indian reservation
Can I Visit the Reservations
Summer is a good time to re-run our tips on visiting the reservations and share some general etiquette and protocol, the most basic of them being to exercise common courtesy.
Say What? Free Native Housing Isnâ€™t Free?
Not only do Native Americans pay for housing… their housing and living conditions are considered some of the worst in the United States.
Tribes Leading the Way: 5 Points of Progress
For American Indian reservations, progress toward economic development, infrastructure and social change often comes in small increments but adds up to big gains over time. Here are 5 points of progress weâ€™ve seen in recent years for the tribes in our service area…
Holiday Gifts for Children of the Reservations
If you have been following the National Relief Charities blog for some time now, you may be familiar with some of the topics I have written. Either way, I’d like to briefly reintroduce myself. My name is Andrew Bentley, and I am an enrolled member of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina. In June of […]
Making Life More â€œBearableâ€ through Animal Welfare
ROAR — Rescue Operation for Animals of the Reservation — supports immediate and long-term needs related to animal welfare, community education and related community health risk. ROAR is a program of National Relief Charities.
Can I Visit the Reservations: New Places
Helen lists a few places that you can visit on the Indian reservations.
Nutrition Survival for Children of the Rez
In an effort to improve the nutritional health of children in America, NRC has developed Rez Survival Kits for the children of the Native American reservations.
Can I Visit the Reservations?
Helpful tips on visiting Native American reservations.