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Native film series shown Saturdays in October

News from Cathy Billie, Treasurer and the Board of FRHRC POLSON — Attached is the list of free films showing at the Showboat Multi-Plex in Polson this coming October. We hope you will join us for enlightening films and the discussions following them. We are bounding back after the pandemic: ...

Creatives Indigenous Course concludes with deep dive pitch event in MT

News from Native Max PABLO — Creatives Indigenous by Native Max announced a free event at the Salish Kootenai College Theatre where a cohort of Salish and Kootenai artrepreneurs pitch their business plans to faculty, partners, and the local community.  Since the beginning of June, this coh...

State-Tribal relations interim committee meeting held

News from the MT State Legislature HELENA — The State-Tribal Relations Interim Committee (STRC) will hold its first meeting of the interim beginning at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, July 19, in Room 137 of the Montana Capitol and via Zoom. The committee will elect officers and chart its course for the inte...

Secretary Haaland issues statement on Brackeen v. Haaland decision

News from the Dept. of the Interior WASHINGTON – Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland issued the following statement following the Supreme Court’s 7-2 decision on Brackeen v. Haaland: “Today’s decision is a welcome affirmation across Indian Country of what presidents and cong...

Arlee Jocko Valley Museum to open

News from Terry Cable ARLEE — The opening of the Arlee Jocko Valley Museum will feature an exhibit on loan from the Montana Historical Society featuring the travels of Lewis & Clark. The historic church/museum building houses a continuous photo and artifacts display of veteran memorials, ho...

Interior Department seeks input on modernizing Indian Arts and Crafts Act regulations Interior Department seeks input on modernizing Indian Arts and Crafts Act regulations

News from the Department of the Interior  WASHINGTON — The Department of the Interior’s Office of the Assistant Secretary for Policy, Management and Budget and Office of the Assistant Secretary for Indian Affairs announced on April 3 that they will hold nation-to-nation consultations wi...

Music school launches American Indian music scholarship

WHITEFISH — North Valley Music School, a non-profit organization dedicated to enriching Montana communities through music education, appreciation, and performance by offering musical opportunities for all ages, is now accepting applications for its American Indian Music Scholarship.  The schola...

Daines, Tester introduce resolution designating National Tribal Colleges, Universities Week

News from the Office of Senator Daines U.S. SENATE – On Feb. 9, U.S. Senators Steve Daines and Jon Tester led a bipartisan group of colleagues in designating the week beginning Feb. 5 as “National Tribal Colleges and Universities Week,” to highlight the importance of higher education i...

New film series showcases local efforts

News from Life in the Land MONTANA — Throughout Montana, human activity is directly intertwined within natural systems, creating a great opportunity to inspire healthy coexistence worldwide. Across the state, there are varying value systems and methods of interacting with the land and the life it ...

Native Woman Program offers grants

News from the Jeannette Rankin Foundation MISSOULA — The Jeannette Rankin Foundation, the national organization dedicated to transforming futures through education, is launching the Native Woman Program for Montana Indigenous students. In its inaugural year, the program will award up to 60 educati...


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