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Biden to tap Navajo health head to lead Native American health agency

President Joe Biden intends to nominate Roselyn Tso - a member of the Navajo Nation - to lead the Indian Health Service, responsible for overseeing federal health care for nearly 250,000 Native American people in Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.... Read more»

Federal grants available to help tribes preserve Native languages

Tribal nations across the U.S. have an opportunity to go after funding through the Living Languages Grant Program to help their communities develop programs that help preserve their traditional Native languages.... Read more»

New BIA website spotlights Missing and Murdered Indigenous people

The new Bureau of Indian Affairs website dedicated to solving missing and murdered cases in Indian Country provides attention to unresolved cases involving Indigenous people that the BIA, Office of Justice Services, and Missing and Murdered Unit is working on.... Read more»

Arizonans hopeful that focus on missing Indigenous persons may pay off

Duane Garvais-Lawrence has spent months driving from reservation to reservation as part of his MMIW Bike Run USA, his second annual trip that Arizonans hope will continue to focus attention on missing and murdered indigenous women and girls.... Read more»