Tag Archives: Indian reservations
Last Thursday, March 12, 2015, the Federal Communications Commission released the Open Internet Order in wake of the commission’s decision to regulate broadband Internet service as a public utility. While the new rules are detailed in some 400 pages of the Open Internet Order, according to the FCC the “…rules are designed to protect free […]
Helen shares a video about the formation of the Indian reservation system and the legacy it left in its wake.
With poverty, day-to-day challenges seem larger than life… This video from the Catholic Campaign for Human Development explains how poverty creates symptoms that are pervasive and compounded across every area of life.
Andrew explores the movie Smoke Signals and how it depicts a story of modern day Native Americans.
National Relief Charities has been recognized for the third year in a row to be a Top-Rated Nonprofit by Great Nonprofits.
Labor Day is a good time to look at how Native American people fare in the U.S. labor market. As Americans ponder the current economy and their own job market, the particularly difficult employment situation for Native Americans is not on their radar. Economic studies and headlines report dips and gains in unemployment yet neglect […]
Not all Native American tribes are federally recognized by the federal government… the [other tribes] are ineligible for critical federal benefits…
National Relief Charities asks Arizona to remember Native Americans on Arizona Gives Day.
Vince Two Eagles give his perspective on Native American history and why Indian people may not have moved on.