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6 December 2021 Erin Tapahe
CORONA, Calif. — What would develop into Anderson Gould Jr.’s purpose-driven entrepreneurial idea started with a single hat emblazoned with the word “Resilient.”
Well before the onset of COVID-19, Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma had taken steps to diversify its economy, which for years had been bolstered by a healthy tribal gaming division.
PEMBROKE, N.C. — The business arm of the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina aims to leverage Native American advantages in federal contracting to help grow the tribe’s economy.
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WASHINGTON — The Seminole Tribe of Florida is appealing a decision by a D.C. District Court judge that put the tribe’s exclusive and lucrative sports betting agreement with the state of Florida in...
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MISSOULA, Mont. — A collaboration between a pair of tribal colleges and the University of Montana aims to support Indigenous women in the state who are interested in starting or growing their own...
 
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Department of Agriculture last week announced four new initiatives aimed at improving the agency’s relationship with Indian Country.
A tribal clean energy developer hopes an electric vehicle infrastructure grant can help two Upper Midwest reservations move forward after recent pipeline battles.
As the pandemic continues to disproportionately affect Native American communities, Bank of America saw a need to step up and provide critical resources.
PHOENIX, Ariz. — After struggling for years as Native American women in the design industry where they did not feel welcome, Eunique Lewis and Melody Yazzie have partnered to create what they’re calling an Indigenous-led social tech and art space.
STILLWATER, Okla. — Backed by $5.5 million in grant funding, an Indigenous-focused program at Oklahoma State University aims to study the nutrition and overall health of American Indian and Alaska Native populations.
Like his predecessors before him, President Joe Biden issued an executive order outlining how the federal government can support the economic future for Native Americans by strengthening educational opportunities, particularly at Tribal Colleges and Universities.
TACOMA, Wash. — Global e-commerce giant Amazon.com Inc. is partnering with the Puyallup Tribe of Indians to open a massive sorting center on tribally owned lands in Fife, Wash., a suburb of Tacoma.
A report by the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association demonstrates for the first time the scope of the economic effects the Native tourism industry has on Indian Countrty.
Conservation of the Tongass National Forest means more than protecting old trees.