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The National Congress of American Indians, founded in 1944, is the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities.
Register Now for SOIN & ECWS!
2017 State of Indian Nations and Executive Council Winter Session is around the corner. Register today!› Register Here
Native Vote 2016
Register to Vote Today! NativeVote.org has been updated with a new look and new features, with even more to come!› Click here to visit NativeVote.org
Army Corps of Engineers Denies Easement at Standing Rock
Today the Army Corp of Engineers announced its decision not to grant the easement to the Dakota Access Pipeline crossing the Missouri› NCAI Statement
VAWA: A Call to Action
Tribal Governments Able to Take Criminal Action on Non-Indians› Resources are available on the Tribal VAWA website
The NCAI PRC supports Indian Country in shaping its own future as the leading center for tribally driven policy research.
The Tribal Supreme Court Project—a collaboration between NCAI and the Native American Rights Fund— monitors litigation in which Native people have a significant stake and coordinates strategy among a network of over 250 tribal leaders, attorneys, and law professors.
The Native Financial Education Initiative provides information for tribes and their citizens to enhance financial capabilities in Indian Country - including the work of the Native Financial Education Coalition, Financial Literacy Month (April), and NCAI's Protect Native Money Campaign and Tribal Exchange Stock Market Game.
President Obama declared his commitment to fulfilling the consultation requirements of Executive Order 13175, NCAI supports tribes in this process with resources.
NCAI Expresses Concern with Presidential Actions to Short-Circuit Environmental Review Process for Dakota Access Pipeline
January 24, 2017
NCAI Congratulates US Department of the Interior and Craig Tribal Association on Land-into-Trust in Alaska
January 13, 2017
"Tribal Nations and the United States: An Introduction"