Tag Archives: Indian tribes
Native American Day & Columbus
South Dakota was the first state to recognize Native American Day instead of Columbus Day — sending a significant message to all, and remembering Native American leaders who contributed to the history of the state. Columbus is a nice story; he sails the ocean blue and finds a land rich in natural resources and friendly brown people.
Federal Shutdown Affects Indian Tribes
Federal shutdown impacts tribes already hard hit by sequestration, budget cuts, and underfunding of treaty obligaitons.
Can Tribes be Unrecognized?
Not all Native American tribes are federally recognized by the federal government… the [other tribes] are ineligible for critical federal benefits…
Reservation Series: Crow Agency
A look a the Crow Indian Reservation and its history and culture.
Everything You Wanted to Know: Contest Winner
“Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians” book contest winner. Announcement of new Q&A series based on the book by Anton Truer.
Disaster Relief: Help for Tribes
AZ wildfire, Gladiator, Wallow, disaster relief, American Indian tribes, reservations
Thanksgiving, a Tradition for Virginia Tribes
The Mattaponi and Pamunkey tribes of Virginia are two of the oldest tribes in the United States that mark Thanksgiving with the giving of food.
Welcome to the National Relief Charities Blog!
People blog because they have a voice and they want that voice to be heard. It is no different in the world of nonprofits, but things change daily that affect our work, like IRS regulations and social media trends. Nonprofits have to deal with these issues without losing focus on the most important part of our work – our mission and purpose — […]