December 17, 2020
How are American Indian tribes and Native communities faring during the COVID-19 pandemic? Host Justin Milner speaks with Lukaya Williams of the White Mountain Apache Housing Authority, Joe Cushman and Justine Capra of the Nisqually Indian Tribe’s planning and economic development department, and Nancy Pindus, senior fellow at the Urban Institute.
White Mountain Apache Tribe
White Mountain Apache Housing Authority
Nisqually Indian Tribe, Department of Planning and Economic Development
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Federal COVID‐19 Response Funding for Tribal Governments: Lessons from the CARES Act
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Four Ways to Improve Water Access in Navajo Nation during COVID-19
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