Tribal Observer Issue: December 1, 2001
Projects ranging from fire apparatus to family resources were funded by a $3.7 million allocation to local governmental entities during the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe of Michigan’s semiannual 2 percent disbursement on Nov. 30 at the Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort.
The seasonal celebration is looked at as a time to give thanks while making food offerings to the spirits in appreciation for all that is provided during this time of year.
A recent Zogby International poll has found
86 percent of those questioned maintain Tribes should be able to use their land as they see fit.
Advocates for the growth and betterment of Native American individuals and communities were recently recognized for their contributions and successes.
A recent agreement between financial and Tribal institutions will lend greater opportunities to buy homes on the reservation.