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A relief drive on the Navajo Nation Reservation delivers COVID supplies to dozens of families in the Many Farms area while helping to sign more residents up for the census. The Sept. 17 event was the latest in a series of COVID-19 relief efforts held since the tribe received the final portion of its CARES Act money.

The Navajo Nation is getting creative in it's efforts to provide Covid-19 relief and supplies, while also urging members to participate in the US Census. Read more»

Hopi Chairman LeRoy Shingoitewa in a January, 2011, file photo. Shingoitewa this week voiced support for a bill advancing through the U.S. Senate that calls for sweeping changes to Native American education.

Hopi Chairman LeRoy Shingoitewa would like to see more money for special-needs students in tribal schools and federal aid for Native language programs. The Native Culture, Language and Access for Success in Schools Act could address at least some of the complex long-standing issues that Arizona tribal leaders say plague their schools, supporters say. Read more»