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Anton Treuer *(Our Featured member on GoTribalGov)* - In his book, 'Everything You Wanted to Know About Indians but were Afraid to Ask' this expert of Ojibwe history and language answers more than one hundred questions about Native Americans, many of which he’s been asked while giving public lecturers in Minnesota. The questions range from thoughtful and funny to what many may consider offensive, but Mr. Treuer answers with frankness, and often from a personal perspective. He discussed the questions and answers with the executive director of the National Congress of American Indians, Jacqueline Pata.
Please tell Anton Congratulations on his page. He also accepted a position as Director of the Indian Center at Bemidji State University! Congratualtions Anton!
We are currently in search of 10 registered native Americans of any and all tribal blood lines to join us along this journey of saving all sacredness. We are currently directors of two 501c3 organizations in good standing, and are working on three projects. We are putting together a inter-tribal city-state to re-claim our power, water rights, land rights and animal kingdom rights. Most Native Americans…Continue
Alaska Native and Native American Becoming Tribal Globalist
By Terrance H. Booth, Sr. – Tsimshian Nation
This writer’s late father once wrote, ““Tribal economic development in reality would be a re-discovery of who we are as tribal people." (Quote Ira C. Booth)…Continue
Corporate America Why Outsource when Jobs can stay at Home?
Terrance Henry Booth, Sr. – Tsimshian
Last year in the Business Journal Phoenix stated that they support immigration in the technical field of Microsoft. Yet, right in their home state of Arizona exist 29 Native American Tribes some having lands set aside for businesses or companies to locate on their reservations. To entice companies or corporations to locate on tribal lands are several tax incentives…Continue