The federal government has a dual obligation to Native American veterans who have pre-paid for federal services, both through the cession of Tribal homelands and resources, as well as the defense of our nation. Barriers in access to critical services for Native American veterans are a violation of this obligation. There is still much progress to be made when it comes to fully delivering upon promises to Native American veterans. Central to the success of federal efforts to honor obligations to our warriors is on-going collaboration with Tribal Nations.
- USET SPF Comments to the Department of State re: Tribal Consultation – April 15, 2021
- USET SPF Letter to OMB Regarding IDC Guidance – May 26, 2021
- USET SPF Support for Rep. Deb Haaland as Secretary of the Interior - January 26, 2021
- USET SPF Letter to USCCR re: Vote Against Publishing Broken Promises COVID Update - November 6, 2021
- USET SPF-Led Tribal Organization Support Letter for Bryan Newland's Confirmation as AS-IA - June 4, 2021
- USET SPF Leads Joint Inter-Tribal Organization Support Letter for Deb Haaland - February 3, 2021
- USET SPF Led Joint Letter to International World Games Association Supporting the Eligibility of the Iroquois Nationals for the 2022 World Games (August 11, 2020)
- USET SPF Signs onto Solidarity Letter Against Native Mascots (July 8, 2020)
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter Urging the Removal of ASIA Sweeney (May 20, 2020)
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