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Counting State’s Native American Population for 2020 Census

Composite of the seal of the U.S. Census Bureau, with the New Mexican desert in the background.

March 20, 2020 – The U.S. Census quietly got underway last week. As it has for nearly all facets of life, COVID-19 has dramatically changed plans for how to encourage participation from historically undercounted populations. The Census is vital for states like New Mexico, which have large numbers of people who are part of those…

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LaDonna Harris: Supporting A New Generation Of Indigenous Leaders

LaDonna Harris

November 23, 2018 –  LaDonna Harris has spent most of her life advocating for Native Americans. A member of the Comanche Nation, she grew up in Oklahoma and became active in Native issues when her husband, Fred Harris, got involved in state politics. He went on to serve in the U.S. Senate from 1964 to 1973…

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