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Native American Communities

As the first Americans, the Indigenous people of this region have culture and traditions embedded to the land. I am working to ensure that their rights as sovereign nations are not only respected, but emboldened, through policy-making at the federal level. We have an atrocious history of injustice towards the Indigenous people of this land that goes against the very values of our country and that we must constantly work to rectify. I will continue to be a strong voice for tribal rights in Congress whether it be fighting to protect sacred land from being sold to the highest bidder, working toward better health and economic opportunities for Native communities, or urging Congress to codify the tribal consultation process. 

More on Native American Communities

November 30th, 2021
Rep. Grijalva Announces $1 Million for Cocopah Housing and Development
November 2nd, 2021
Rep. Grijalva’s Old Pascua Community Land Acquisition Act Passes U.S. House of Representatives
November 2nd, 2021
Rep. Grijalva’s Urban Indian Health Confer Act Passes U.S. House of Representatives
May 5th, 2021
Grijalva Introduces Resolution Recognizing National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
April 27th, 2021
Chair Grijalva Hails Secretarial Order & Legal Decisions Streamlining Federal Ability to Take Land Into Trust, Empower Tribal Economic Development
April 5th, 2021
Chair Grijalva Hails Sec. Haaland’s Announcement of New Federal Unit to Investigate and Protect Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
March 18th, 2021
Chair Grijalva, Rep. McEachin Reintroduce Environmental Justice for All Act –Widely Supported Effort Comes as Congress Eyes New Investments
March 17th, 2021
Rep. Grijalva Votes for Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization, Calls on Quick Senate Passage
March 17th, 2021
Rep. Grijalva, Senator Warren, and Tribal Advocates Applaud the Passage of Strong CAPTA that Includes Native American Child Welfare Provisions
March 15th, 2021
Chair Grijalva on Confirmation of Deb Haaland as Interior Secretary: “A Historic Step Toward Redeeming Our Nation’s Relationship With First Americans”