Healing requires restoration of culture, language – and land When Suquamish Elder Peg Deam was approaching junior high school age, she was sent off to the Chilocco Indian Agricultural School […]
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AGENDA Sept. 26, 2023 10:30AM Executive Session Catherine Edwards Devon Tiam Scott Crowell Scott Crowell/Vicki Cole Scott Crowell/Chuck Deam/Shenowah Purser Brenda George 12:15PM Special Guests/Reports New Employee Introduction – […]
This is the latest draft of the route the Suquamish Canoe Family will take during the Tribal Journey. PLEASE NOTE: DATES AND ADDRESSES ARE TENTATIVE AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE. Check […]
CODE OF CONDUCT AGREEMENT This agreement explains how to represent the Suquamish Tribe (who sponsors this trip) and Suquamish People, the following conduct will help ensure a peaceful time for […]
Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch offers a masterclass on tribal sovereignty in his concurring opinion offered in the court’s recent decision to uphold the Indian Child Welfare Act. “In affirming […]
Wildfire risk rising The Suquamish Tribe, in cooperation with the Kitsap Fire Marshal, has declared a Phase 1 Burn Ban on the Port Madison Indian Reservation starting immediately. The ban, […]
The Supreme Court decision upholding the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) is an affirmation of Tribal sovereignty and the rights of Indian nations to raise our children and the next generation […]
How to get your clear water back on tap The Suquamish Tribe maintains a well that provides water to homes in several tribal housing neighborhoods, as well as the Marion […]