Why Indigenous people in cities feel ‘invisible’ as pandemic wears on

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Why Indigenous people in cities feel ‘invisible’ as pandemic wears on Like many other communities of color, Indigenous people across America have been disproportionately affected by the coronavirus because of historical health disparities, lack of basic resources in some parts of the country and poorly funded Indigenous health care. Navajo Nation, the largest American tribe with more than 300,000 members,…
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Community Legal Services COVID-19 Eviction Prevention Forms

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Last week, Governor Ducey established Executive Order 2020-49 which sets forth the requirements for tenants to delay the enforcement of evictions through October 2020. In order to support our community, Community Legal Services have created and updated documents that can be used to guide, support, and request the delay the enforcement. Below you will find the most current and updated information and…
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NATIVE HEALTH response to COVID-19 discussed on Native American Calling

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Today, NATIVE HEALTH’s CEO Walter Murillo was on Native America Calling​, talking with tribal leaders and organizations across the country to see how things are going and how they are addressing COVID-19 crisis: Native America Calling – Your National Electronic Talking Circle A global pandemic, devastating forest fires, record unemployment, a historic recession, racial unrest and a contentious election are…
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