Follow NAFOA's broadcasts for the latest in COVID-19 updates, policy news from the Hill, available financial resources as well as new educational initiatives to support our tribal governments and communities.
Join us for a conversation with tribal leaders as they discuss how they have navigated through their own historic crises impacting their people.
The Center for Indian Country Development (CICD) at the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis needs participation from tribal governments and enterprises on their latest survey assessing the evolving economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Learn and laugh at the NAFOA Fall Virtual Conference! In between our informative sessions, enjoy a comedic break with stand-up comedian, actor & podcast host Marc Yaffee.
Sharing resources to support the advancement of tribes and tribal citizens.
NAFOA is excited to feature performances by Shelley Morningsong and Fabian Fontenelle during the Virtual 2020 Fall Conference. Shelley (N. Cheyenne), is the 2019 Native American Music Awards Artist of the Year and a multiple music award winner, songwriter, and skilled Native flute performer. Fabian (Zuni/Omaha), presents Northern Traditional dancing, storytelling and traditional hand drum songs.
NAFOA has provided a brief update of key changes below and additional information about the Coronavirus Relief Fund (CRF) is available at Treasury's CARES website.
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On August 28, 2020, the Department of the Treasury Office of Inspector General (Treasury OIG) issued Coronavirus Relief Fund Frequently Asked Questions Related to Reporting and Recordkeeping (OIG-CA-20-028).
Be a part of the NAFOA community in art form! Illustrator Matt Orley from Big Paper Strategy will be drawing a live illustration during the NAFOA Virtual 2020 Fall Conference on October 5th - 9th. Join us and see some of your thoughts, insights, and participation memorialize in the official conference illustration.