SUQUAMISH, July 2023 — Tribal Canoe Journey is back for the first time since COVID, and the Suquamish Tribe is hosting the last stop before the final landing at […]
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Native American children need family, tribe, not forced separation By Leonard Forsman, published in the Seattle Times Opinion Section, Nov. 25, 2022. A case argued in front of the U.S. […]
Thank you for being part of the Suquamish Tribe’s Good Neighbor event. Please respond to the following questions to help us evaluate the event and so we know what sorts […]
Please let us know if you can attend the Good Neighbors luncheon, taking place at noon on November 1, 2023, at the House of Awakened Culture in Suquamish.
With COVID-19 rates increasing within our workplace, across the Reservation, and throughout the region, we are updating the Tribal Government’s requirements for staff and guests. The following changes will go […]
Two and a half years ago, the Suquamish Tribe suspended our close relationship with the City of Poulsbo. Our decision came some months after the police shooting death of Stonechild […]
“Every part of this soil is sacred in the estimation of my people. Every hillside, every valley, every plain and grove … even the rocks, which seem to be dumb […]
Amending the Suquamish Tribe’s Constitution to Remove the Secretary of Interior and BIA Oversight RESULTS Posted on April 8, 2022 The Secretarial Election Board, whose members include Puget Sound […]