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Indian Voices A focus on providing education and public awareness of Native Americans and the issues that are all an integral aspect of living in a worldwide community.
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To advance and promote a supportive system of information sharing grounded in Native Indigenous values and traditions while developing pioneering efforts to build bridges with emerging grassroots coalitions of labor and community groups in order to create a sustainable economic environment.

The Earth Day Pow wow needs volunteers......it's coming up! Please volunteer today!
04/03/2024

The Earth Day Pow wow needs volunteers......it's coming up! Please volunteer today!

03/26/2024
03/26/2024

Feature documentary will make its east coast premiere in Washington, DC at the Department of Interior Museum on March 29th as part of DC Environmental Film Festival! Honored to be selected, and grateful to be a fiscally sponsored project of The Redford Center, who helped us to bring to life this about the wonder and awe of redwood forests!

After the screening, join Director Lisa Landers, artist Sarah Bird, redwood geneticist Zane Moore, and cultural preservationist Rosie Clayburn of Yurok Tribe, for a powerful discussion about how to continue efforts to reconnect and safeguard redwood forests.

03/26/2024

We are very excited to announce a new Wellbriety meeting circle now in RENO! Wednesdays at 5:30pm at the Reno Buddhist Center in Midtown. Please contact Melissa at 775-531-7346 for more details or inquiries. ❤️🖤🤍💛

03/26/2024

We are seeking a muralist to create a mural in a roughly 10’ x 10’ indoor space at the food distribution center featuring the concepts of “Catawba culture” and “food”
To submit your proposal, you must email [email protected] by 5PM 4/1/2024 with the following information:
o Your portfolio
o A written concept of the work you will complete
o Your price
o An estimated timeline of completion
For more information, contact Laney Buckley, at [email protected]

03/26/2024

The Pyramid Lake Museum invites you to join the Talking Circle tomorrow at the Wadsworth Community Center, starting at 5:00 pm.

03/26/2024

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03/26/2024

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Contact: Press@CortezMasto.Senate.gov  Cortez Masto Secures Historic $1.3 Billion In Funding For Tribal Housing Cortez M...
03/26/2024

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Cortez Masto Secures Historic $1.3 Billion In Funding For Tribal Housing



Cortez Masto Fought To Increase Funding For Tribal Housing Program By A Record $324 Million From Last Year



Washington, D.C. – As part of the bipartisan government funding legislation passed last week, U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.), a member of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, secured more than $1.3 billion for Tribal housing programs, including the Native American Housing Block Grant program—which supports housing and community development on Tribal land. Senator Cortez Masto consistently leads the charge to fund this program, and she championed an increase of $324 million in funding from last year.



“I’ve heard from Native leaders and community members in Nevada about the impact of the housing crisis, so I took action to deliver critical relief for our working families,” said Senator Cortez Masto. “I’ll always stand up for Tribes in Nevada, and the bipartisan legislation I voted to pass includes investments to build more middle class housing across Indian Country.”



Senator Cortez Masto has been a strong advocate on behalf of Tribes in Nevada and across the country. She passed the bipartisan Not Invisible Act and Savanna’s Act, which were signed into law to protect Native women and girls, and has repeatedly advocated for additional federal funding to help Tribal communities combat violence. She is also leading bipartisan legislation to make it easier for the Indian Health Services (IHS) to recruit and retain physicians, which would help improve our health care workforce’s response to the rise of fentanyl addictions across the country, and she is pushing bipartisan legislation to help recruit and retain Tribal police officers. She also pushed the Federal Home Loan Bank System to start providing funding to help Tribes and working families build more middle class homes in Nevada.



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Cortez Masto Fought To Increase Funding For Tribal Housing Program By A Record $324 Million From Last Year Washington, D.C. – As part of the bipartisan government funding legislation passed last week, U.S. Senator Catherine Cortez Masto (D-Nev.), a member of the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs,...

If Indian Voices was in New York we would be there!
03/10/2024

If Indian Voices was in New York we would be there!

Mary J. Blige, the iconic queen of R&B, has just dropped the mic with a star-studded announcement that’s sending shockwaves through the entertainment world. Bra

03/09/2024

From the Pyramid Lake Victim Services Program:

03/09/2024

‼️‼️Toledo, WA area‼️‼️ Please share!

03/09/2024

BREAKING: Cortez Masto Votes To Pass Bipartisan Funding Package And Avert Partial Government Shutdown

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02/29/2024

Have you seen me?

update: Canceled.

‼️Seattle, Washington Area‼️ Please Share.

02/29/2024

TSE BONITO, N.M. — The Navajo Nation Council Resources and Development Committee passed legislation Feb. 14 historically approving the Navajo...

02/29/2024

To celebrate our bond with our friends across the sea, the Choctaw Cultural Center invites you to the Choctaw-Irish Friendship Fest on March 16th, 10:30AM - 4:00PM!

In 1847, the Choctaw people heard of the potato famine in Ireland and raised $174 to help the Irish. That single act of selfless generosity sparked an unlikely friendship between the Choctaw Nation and Ireland. Join us on March 16, 2024, as we celebrate our continuing bond with the Choctaw-Irish Friendship Fest.

There are activities for the whole family including an art market, special presentations, Choctaw and Irish cultural demonstrations, children’s activities, and much more!

View the event schedule and learn more by visiting https://chocta.ws/friendship-fest.

(Admission is complimentary for Choctaw tribal members and Cultural Center members.)

02/29/2024

Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribal Court

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Las Vegas, NV

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Monday 9am - 5pm
Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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+17026249502

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http://indigenousnetwork.org/

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