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For too long, Indigenous voices have been ignored and silenced when it comes to elections. But we know that our vote matters. We know that our vote makes a difference to our families and our communities.  

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Indigenous peoples in America have been fighting for our existence since before colonization.  Since colonization we have continued to fight for the many things that are important to our existence: our sacred sites, our missing and murdered sisters, our environment, and our sovereignty.  Many Americans are ignorant of these issues and some of them do not even realize that Native Americans still exist.  Yet, we continue to exist and thrive in many different ways.  We are leaders of our respective sovereign nations, political leaders at all levels of government, lawyers, activists, business owners, mothers, fathers, and friends.  Regardless of the role we play, and for better or worse, we are an integral part of America.

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There are 122,000 known Ancestors waiting in boxes in American museums, universities and government agencies. Imagine 122,000 people – that’s the entire population of Berkeley, California, or Hartford, Connecticut. That is today’s total number of all the Apache and all Tohono O’odham peoples combined.

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Bead & Powwow Supply is an Anishinaabe-owned ecommerce company offering Czech seed beads, beading supplies, and other supplies needed for contemporary Indigenous art. Available items include Czech Seed Beads in sizes 10/0, 11/0, 12/0, 13/0 and 16/0, 3-cuts in sizes 9/0 and 12/0, 11/0 2-cuts, rhinestone banding, sew-on crystals, Anishinaabe Bimishimo jingles, quilter’s quality 100% cotton fabrics, ribbon, beading needles and thread, other beading supplies, and more.

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Oklahoma State University Spears School of Business will be offering several upcoming professional development programs for tribal finance and accounting leaders as well as those in executive and leadership positions, tribal board members, etc. who wish to learn more about tribal finance and accounting.

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Five reasons to attend the 2020 American Indian Tourism Conference (AITC)

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The Indian Arts and Crafts Board (IACB), an agency of the U.S. Department of the Interior, was created by Congress to promote the economic development of American Indian and Alaska Natives (Indian) through the expansion of the Indian arts and crafts market.

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“Why don’t you just leave?”

“Why do you put up with it?”

“Why do you keep going back?”

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Emotional abuse is a type of domestic violence that often flies under the radar, but it should always be taken seriously as a form of abuse. When emotional abuse is present in a relationship, a partner will criticize, threaten or isolate their partner as a way to manipulate and control them. Emotional abuse can be degrading, humiliating and terrifying, often leaving long-lasting scars on one’s spirit and self-esteem.