American Indian Economic Development

6 Programs to Advance in 2021 Honoring Nations Award cycle

6 Programs to Advance in 2021 Honoring Nations Award cycle

June 7, 2021

Cambridge, MA—The Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development's Honoring Nations program announced today that six tribal programs will advance to the site visit round for the 2021 Honoring Nations Award. From 67 applicants, these six tribal governance programs have been chosen as contenders for the prestigious Honoring Nations Award that identifies, celebrates, and shares exemplary programs in tribal governance. Honoring Nations recognizes...

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New Research Recommends Allocation & Administration of ARPA Funding for Tribal Governments

New Research Recommends Allocation & Administration of ARPA Funding for Tribal Governments

April 9, 2021

Cambridge, MA – Today, a team of researchers from Harvard Kennedy School and the University of Arizona released a policy brief with recommendations for the allocation and administration of American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Funding for American Indian tribal governments.

The American Rescue Plan Act provides the largest infusion of federal funding for Indian Country in the history of the United States. More than $32 billion dollars is directed toward assisting American Indian nations and communities as they work to end and recover from the devastating COVID-...

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New Research in Series Assisting Tribal Nations Navigate the COVID-19 Crisis

New Research in Series Assisting Tribal Nations Navigate the COVID-19 Crisis

July 24, 2020

Cambridge, MA – A team of researchers from Harvard University and the University of Arizona today released two policy briefs in their research series aimed at assisting tribal nations navigate the COVID-19 crisis, strengthen their governments, and emerge stronger than before.  

 

Policy Brief No. 4 

Emerging Stronger than Before:...

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