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Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day

The Arizona Commission of Indian Affairs, in partnership with the Navajo Technical College and ASU Office of American Indian Initiatives, invite you to participate in the 19th Annual Indian Nations and Tribes Legislative Day (INTLD) to be held on Tuesday, January 21st, 2014.

In accordance with A.R.S. § 41-544, the ACIA extends to you the opportunity to pay tribute to the history and culture of the American Indian peoples and their contributions to the prosperity and cultural diversity of, not only the United States, but the State of Arizona.

In the morning, please join us in the House Chamber for a joint protocol session to listen to perspectives shared by tribal leadership. Immediately following the session, a community luncheon will be served on the Senate Lawn where there will be an opportunity to meet tribal elected officials and other leaders from Tribal Nations and Communities from throughout the state. The event concludes with a panel discussion of law enforcement entities who will update interested attendees on recent and ongoing successes in Arizona’s Indian Country in the Capitol Museum Senate room at 1:30 p.m.

As sovereign nations, Tribal Nations and Communities are relevant and major contributors to local economies and share a unique government-to-government relationship with the State of Arizona and the United States federal government. We hope that you take the opportunity to learn from tribal and state officials during this important event.


** Pre-registration is closed as of January 16, 2014 @ 5:00pm **

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NABI Foundation
Salt River Project
FINAL AGENDA – January 21st, 2014
Past Events
18th Annual INTLD Program
17th Annual INTLD Program
16th Annual INTLD Program
15th Annual INTLD Program
Photo Gallery (Courtesy of Mr. Tony Gottlob)