The state of Alaska is challenging the federal government’s decision on the lot, saying it “undermines key terms” of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act by creating a reservation.
Tlingit and Haida hosts Meet the Candidates Native Issues Forum
President Chalyee Éesh Richard Peterson was reelected for a fifth term at the tribe.
Getting land to the five communities will require an amendment to ANCSA, a law that has been amended over 100 times.
It’s the third time the Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska will hold the event online. It’s scheduled for April 20-22.
Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska wants to centralize its services in a tribal campus.
Corporations and tribes serve the same communities, but sometimes the two entities are at odds or struggle to coordinate over community decisions.
The games are based on hunting and survival skills that allowed the Inupiaq people to live in Arctic conditions.
Tribal citizens and delegates gathered for the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska’s 86thannual Tribal Assembly. The event is used to update tribal delegates and citizens on the past year, pass resolutions and hold elections.
Tlingit and Haida’s program is funded by the American Rescue Plan Act. Goldbelt’s funding comes from last year’s CARES Act.