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Sovereignty’s Best Friend

Systems change work can be hard work, and our Rez dogs are always there to keep us grounded. They are truly sovereignty’s best friend! Our… Read More

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Indigenous representation: federal appointments

As we look toward the start of Native American Heritage Month in November, we’ve been thinking a lot about the importance of Indigenous… Read More

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Sovereignty and Outdoor Spaces Resources

Interest in outdoor recreation surged during the COVID-19 pandemic; today, the number of Americans adventuring outdoors continues to grow. Unfortunately, the outdoor recreation industry and… Read More

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Our 2021 Impact Report

We’re excited to announce the release of our 2021 Impact Report. In 2021, we came together as a team to redesign our values. We’re… Read More

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Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta: Bad facts make bad law

If you’ve read the news lately, you’ve likely seen mention of the Supreme Court of the United States’ rulings on several high-profile cases. Read More

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Adam Savariego: Affirming Our Power

For Cohort 11 Rebuilder Adam Savariego, cultivating a rebuilding movement looks like Native nations affirming their inherent power. Sovereignty isn’t conditional Rebuilder Adam Savariego… Read More

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Tribal Civics Guide Launch

Most of us have taken a civics class at some point in our educational journey. But what does Tribal civics, specifically, mean? Tribal civics focuses… Read More

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Blood Quantum and Sovereignty Resources

Blood quantum is a complicated, controversial, and personal topic that has major implications for citizenship and belonging in Indian Country. The conversation around blood quantum… Read More