From educational initiatives and cultural preservation to important legislation and community career-building programs, it’s been a flourishing and prosperous year throughout the greater IPCC campus.
Udall Applauds House Natural Resources Committee Approval Of Udall, Gallego Tribal Wildlife Corridors Bill
The bill, introduced by Udall and U.S. Representative Ruben Gallego (D-Ariz.), chairman of the House Subcommittee for Indigenous Peoples, empowers Tribes to identify and support Tribal wildlife corridors that restore connectivity facilitating native species migration and safeguard species from the devastating impacts of climate change and habitat loss due to human development.
The Esther Martinez Native American Languages Programs Reauthorization Act will help preserve Native languages to combat the predicted extinction of all of the approximately 148 Native languages still spoken within the next 50 to 100 years.
WASHINGTON – Today, U.S. Senator Tom Udall (D-N.M.) released the following statement on the planned return of the Acoma Shield from Paris to the Pueblo of Acoma. Udall chaired a Senate Committee on Indian Affairs hearing on the illegal trade of tribal cultural items in Albuquerque in October 2016, and Udall’s Protection of the Right of Tribes […]
Udall, Senate Democrats Introduce VAWA Reauthorization Bill With Strong Tribal Provisions For Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women Epidemic
Violence Against Women Act reauthorization is needed to protect women in New Mexico and across the U.S. Udall-championed Tribal provisions will enhance public safety for Native women and families.
Isleta Pueblo Chief Judge Verna Teller Makes History, Becomes First Native American to Deliver the Opening Prayer in the U.S. House
Isleta Pueblo Chief Judge Verna Teller made history when she became the first Native American to deliver the opening prayer in the U.S. House of Representatives.
NCAI’s Tribal Food Sovereignty Advancement Initiative (TFSAI) continued building momentum during NCAI’s 76th Annual Convention and Marketplace in Albuquerque, NM.
The Lady Braves have a legitimate shot at not just third place, but at the state championship.
The MMIW Task Force (TF) will meet to define goals and develop a strategy for 1) understanding the full extent of missing and murdered indigenous women in the state, and; 2) creating a final report that meets the requirements of HB 278, that is based on community ideas and recommendations, and that is useful to communities, tribal governments, law enforcement agencies and state agencies.