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Roadside sign in red and blue print on white background reads "Welcome to the/Red Lake Nation/NW Angle MN/Home of the Red Lake Band/of Chippewa Indians. The sign is hung on two wooden stanchions set into the grassy roadside. Behind it in the distance is a thick stand of tall straight trees, possibly poplars. Behind the trees in the sky is a puffy cloud, in a sky of blue.

Tribal-Sponsored Development Offers Housing and More in Minneapolis

A hub for health care, social services, and community, the Mino-Bimaadiziwin apartments meet the unique needs of urban Native Americans while enriching the surrounding community.

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Photo of AICHO's Gimaaji Gardens
Interview

Duluth Indigenous Groups Reframe Climate Work in Cultural Context

While many conversations about climate resiliency are well-intentioned, they often lack a perspective grounded in community control and cultural context. In this interview, Ivy Vainio and LeAnn Littlewolf from the American Indian Community Housing Organization explore how gardens, worm bins, and solar panels help reclaim agency for Duluth’s Indigenous communities.

Halfway on a long road
Policy

Only Halfway to Economic Democracy

Few books make me so angry that I must resist throwing them across the floor. One such book, published in 2002 (and since updated) was Greg Palast’s The Best Democracy […]

Indian Country homes
Homeownership

Increasing Access to Affordable Housing in Indian Country

There is a strong desire for homeownership among Native households, but a set of obstacles specific to Native lands are getting in the way.

Native women tan hide outside as part of a program called Indigenous Visionaries
Arts & Culture

The Next Generation of Indigenous Knowledge Keepers

A tribal college program works to preserve crucial Native American cultural elements while training indigenous women to step into leadership roles in their communities.

exterior of HUD building in Washington, D.C.
Interview

Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing

Joseph Shuldiner Assistant Secretary for Public and Indian Housing Prior to coming to HUD, Joseph Shuldiner was executive director of the Los Angeles Housing Authority (1990-93) and before that was […]