The American Rescue Plan and Native Communities

The American Rescue Plan and Native Communities Native Americans face persistent and systemic inequities, and COVID-19 has exacted an especially high toll in Indian Country. People living on reservations are four times more likely to have COVID-19 and American Indians and Alaska Natives are nearly twice as likely to die from COVID-19 than white Americans. […]

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What is a PC? What is a State Committee Member?

Designed for tribal members to understand the structure of the Democratic Party and how to become involved in effective grassroots organizing. This session is meant as a follow-up to Tuesday’s event.  On Thursday, December 17th at 6 pm: Understanding the most effective tools and learning from this election is how we start preparing for 2022. Our tribal citizens do care about […]

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Grassroots Efforts (Tribal)

In the weeks leading up to the general election, many of us scrambled to engage voters of all ages, genders, and professional backgrounds. This pandemic proved to be unyielding, but we kept fighting and used nearly every engagement tool from phone banking, to mail, to conversations with neighbors. With so much happening, how did it work […]

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Northern Arizona Indigenous Forum with Felicia French & Coral Evans

It’s more important than ever that we work to Get-Out-The-Native-Vote! On August 26th @ 4:00 PM MST (Arizona time), join the Indigenous Outreach Forum with Felicia French and Coral Evans candidates for the legislature in LD-6 to discuss the #NativeVote2020.  This virtual town hall is the perfect opportunity for Northern Arizona Indigenous People to hear […]

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Indigenous Virtual Town Hall with Eva Putzova & special guests!

REGISTER HERE: https://evaforcongress.com/events-main/ama-vth-indigenous/ For too long, the federal government has treated Indigenous communities as an afterthought. The lack of investments into basic infrastructure and resources like health care, food, education and running water but also voter suppression, racial profiling in border towns, racism, and environmental degradation have had deep, systemic impacts for life on reservations. […]

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Legislative Alerts for Week of January 27, 2020

Election Integrity / Voting Rights SB1092 update – As reported last week this bill, sponsored by Michelle Ugenti-Rita, would have required additional early voting ID requirements.  However, it was tabled.  We have heard it was in response to RTS comments.  What we are doing here matters!  But remember, nothing is dead until the Legislature adjourns. […]

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Letter to the editor: Senate bill to ban uranium mining the right call

A Senate bill to prevent any additional uranium mining near the Grand Canyon National Park, as sponsored by Arizona Sen. Krysten Sinema, should unequivocally be supported (Senate bill would van mining claims around the Grand Canyon, A3, 12/21/19, AZ Daily Sun). Having diagnosed and treated hundreds of patients with a variety of cancers who live […]

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Voter Registration at Cameron Chapter House

The Tuba City Democrats are registering the community for state/ county elections! We will be joined by The Rural Utah Project and they will be speaking about Geocoding rural addresses. Be a part of the discussion and come to the Meeting.

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Tuba City Democratic Women’s Club Meeting

Come join us for our First Democratic Womens’ Club meeting in Tuba City! In this first meeting, we will be coming up with goals and objectives for the organization, discuss key election information looking to 2020, getting an Arizona legislative update from our current Arizona state Legislators, and making plans for the future! Every Democrat […]

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Congressman O’Halleran joins in sponsoring legislation to protect Native American Voting Rights

Without mentioning the debacle in North Dakota, Congressman O’Halleran joined other Democrats in sponsoring legislation to protect Native American voting rights. This bill will need to be reintroduced when the new Congress convenes in January. Read more.

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