September 13, 2022
NCAI President Fawn Sharp to Lead 20th Anniversary Sovereignty Run Across Indian Country
September 12, 2022
NCAI Announces Larry Wright, Jr. as New Executive Director
August 23, 2022
Supporters File 20 Amicus Briefs to Uphold the Indian Child Welfare Act in Haaland v. Brackeen
August 12, 2022
NCAI Executive Committee Statement
July 25, 2022
February 10, 2021
Meet an NCAI Fellow: Ashley Hamilton (Ho-Chunk/Kickapoo) is a 2020 graduate of Harvard University. Upon completing her undergraduate degree in Sociology with honors and earning a secondary degree in Economics, she joined the National Congress of American Indians as a Wilma Mankiller Fellow.
January 21, 2021
NCAI Commends President Biden’s Day One Executive Actions Addressing Climate Change, Racial Equity, and the Governmental Regulatory Review Process
NCAI looks forward to supporting tribal government-to-government engagement with our federal partners.
December 2, 2020
Updates on important bills for Indian Country.
November 25, 2020
Right now, the USDA is fast-tracking the transfer of the Oak Flat area in the Tonto National Forest – a place rich with sacred, cultural, historical, and ecological significance for many tribal nations in Arizona and New Mexico – to Resolution Copper, a foreign-owned private limited liability company. If allowed to proceed, Resolution Copper will annihilate this place and the religious and cultural connections tribal nations have with it. Contact Secretary Purdue and demand that the USDA #SaveOakFlat.
October 21, 2020
Each year, the National Congress of American Indians selects an artist to represent the host region of the Annual Convention & Marketplace. This year, despite the pandemic, NCAI is showcasing the Northwest region and has selected Nytom (John Goodwin) of Sequim, Washington as the representative artist. His piece Living in a Perfect World serves as the inspiration for the design and artwork for the 77th Annual Convention & Marketplace.