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NCAI President Keel to Deliver State of Indian Nations February 14

 State of Indian Nations Address
2013 State of Indian Nations Address & Webcast
Thursday, February 14, 10:30 am EST
Washington DC
Live webcast:
NCAI Live Events

Washington, D.C.:  Jefferson Keel, President of the National Congress of American Indians will deliver the annual State of Indian Nations Address on February 14, from Washington DC.

As is tradition, the State of Indian Nations address is scheduled just days after the United States President delivers the State of the Union. President Barack Obama will address the nation and a joint session of Congress on February 12.

President Keel will review the successes within Indian country during 2012.  He will also speak about the issues and concerns the National Congress of American Indians will address during 2013.

The State of Indian Nations address will be broadcast at 10:30 am EST from the Newseum's Knight Studio for television broadcast in Washington DC.  The event will be webcast live via NCAI Live Events

Founded in 1944, the National Congress of American Indians is the oldest, largest and most representative American Indian and Alaska Native organization in the country. The NCAI
dvocates on behalf of tribal governments and communities;
Promotes strong tribal-federal government to government policies,

Promotes a better understanding among the general public regarding American Indian and Alaska Native governments.

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