About the Organization
Founded in 1944, the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) is the oldest, largest, and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization serving the broad interests of tribal governments and communities. Learn more about the organization.
- NCAI President Jefferson Keel Bio
- NCAI Executive Committee List
- NCAI Executive Director
List of Past Leadership
Featured Resources for Press and Media
General Information about Tribes and Indian Country
- Visit our About Tribes Section to learn more about tribal governance and for demographic information on Indian Country.
NCAI's Position on Issues
- NCAI's position on issues is determined by the organization's membership, through resolutions. For more information on a specific area review the policy issues NCAI covers or search our resolutions.
Photos for Use
NCAI makes its photos available under a limited, creative commons license to press, media, and educational institutions. View our collection.
Recent News & Updates
March 29, 2013
Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl: Amicus Briefs in Support of Brown Family Include U.S. Solicitor General, 19 States, and Broad Coalition of Supporters
Twenty-Four Briefs Call for Brown Family—Daughter, Veronica, and Father, Dusten—to Remain Together and Indian Child Welfare Act to Remain Intact. Brown Family, Who Have Prevailed in Every Court So Far, Will Have Fate Decided by the Supreme Court in a Case to be Heard on April 16th.
March 7, 2013
NCAI Begins Implementation Coordination
March 5, 2013
Senator Patty Murray, The National Taskforce to End Sexual and Domestic Violence; Andrew Lee; and FEMA Administrator Craig Fugate.