Posts in #NativeVote18
NUIFC Report Release // A Vision For Our Community. A Voice For Change. A Vote For Our Future. A Report on the 2018 Urban Native Vote.

In October 2018, the National Urban Indian Family Coalition (NUIFC) launched a national voter and civic engagement initiative targeting 17 urban American Indian communities across the country across the country representing nearly 850,000 Native people. This ambitious endeavor was critical for Urban American Indians, which make up over 65% of the total American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) population in the U.S., but who are often not included or engaged in “get out of vote” and traditional civic engagement programs.

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Albuquerque Journal // All native people must vote

In 1948, Isleta Pueblo member Miguel Trujillo Sr. successfully fought for our right as Native Americans to vote within our state of New Mexico. Our great-grandparents and grandparents can recall and share stories of a time when they were prohibited to vote in local, state and federal elections, despite having resided on this land since time immemorial.

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Brainerd Dispatch // ND tribal leaders hope to overcome voter ID 'barriers' after Supreme Court decision

'Our voices should be heard'
North Dakota Native communities have an unprecendented attack on their right to vote. We stand in support and solidarity with the Tribal and community leaders working to make sure #everynativevotecounts
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NUIFC News Release: Urban American Indians set to play a significant role in the 2018 election season