Native Americans in Congress: Present, Past, and Future

In 1988, Congress passed a resolution acknowledging the contributions of the Iroquois Confederacy in the creation of the U.S. Constitution, as the writings of the Founders mirrored many of the democratic principles of the Confederacy. Since America’s birth, 22 Native Americans have proudly served as Members of Congress, bringing forward their commitment to benefit our nation and support Native peoples. In the November 2024 congressional elections, an additional 8 tribal members will be running for office. Read More

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