Indian Country and Native Americans for Biden
For decades, Joe Biden has worked to foster tribal sovereignty and prosperity, and to ensure the United States follows through on the commitments it has made to Indian Country. He knows that Tribal Nations should be empowered to govern Native communities and that the United States must work harder to meet its solemn trust and treaty obligations. As president, Joe will build on the progress made under the Obama-Biden Administration to strengthen the nation-to-nation relationship and to support the sovereignty and prosperity of tribal nations.
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- Make tribal self-governance and sovereignty cornerstones of federal policy.
- Ensure tribal nations will have a strong voice and role in the federal government and immediately reinstate and make permanent the White House Council on Native American Affairs and the annual White House Tribal Nations Conference, and nominate and appoint people who look like the country they serve, including Native Americans.
- Tackle the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women.
- Restore Tribal lands and safeguard natural and cultural resources.
- Tackle climate change and pollution.
- Invest in Native students. Joe will dramatically increase funding for both public schools and Bureau of Indian Education schools.
- Provide reliable, affordable healthcare.
- Expand economic and community development in Indian Country. Joe is calling for a transformational investment in our country’s infrastructure, housing, and economic development in every corner of the country, including in Indian Country.
- Fight for Native voting rights.