This course will help land and property owners in
understanding the difference in Indian Restricted Fee Land, Tribally Owned
Lands, and Trust land, Tribally Owned Land, owned in what is known as
Tenancy in Common. It will cover the history of how the U.S.
Government designated “Indian Lands” and what special rules and laws govern
Indian Lands. From jurisdiction to private ownership, any lands that
are designated as “Indian” carry a special status. It is important to
know what type of property one owns for many reasons, including estate
planning or financial planning.
·Explain the intricacies of deeds and
titles to land
·What are the types of land and real
property that Indians can own
·The special considerations Indians have
when it comes to owning land and real property
Instructor: Brenda Golden, Esq. (BBA,
Date: April 12, 2018
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
For additional information and to register for the event click here
Legal Aid Services of Oregon’s (LASO) Native American Program (NAPOLS) seeks a full-time, temporary Tribal Domestic Violence / Sexual Assault (DV / SA) Program Specialist. This is a grant-funded position of limited duration, funded from 1/01/2018 – 12/31/2019.
LASO is a non-profit organization that represents low-income clients in civil cases. LASO’s eight regional offices serve the general low-income population throughout Oregon. Two specialized statewide LASO programs offer free legal services to farmworkers and on Native American issues. NAPOLS provides legal assistance to income-eligible Indian tribes, Native organizations, and individual tribal members, including representation in tribal courts and on issues related to tribal sovereignty and self-governance, Indian trust resources, access to benefits, and expungement of criminal records.
The 26th Annual Whitaker Saint Louis Film Festival will feature
Sunday, November 12, 2017
3224 Locust Street
Driven by a desire to understand why her best friend killed herself at 16, co-director Jacqueline Monetta — herself a recent high-school grad — gets suffering teens to share their struggles with mental illness and suicide attempts. Through Monetta’s intimate one-on-one interviews, viewers learn about depression, anxiety, self-harm, suicide attempts, and resources for getting help and treating mental illness. The film serves as an excellent educational tool: helping teens recognize the warning signs of depression among their peers, providing warnings about social media and its potentially deleterious effects, suggesting outlets for help, destigmatizing mental illness, and giving teen viewers the clear sense that they are not alone. Visit the website for additional information.
This position is for a Health System Specialist within the Office of Clinical and Preventive Services (OCPS), Division of Behavioral Health (DBH), in the Indian Health Service (IHS), Headquarters in Rockville, Maryland. The location of this position is the local commuting area of Billings, Montana. The Division of Behavioral Health applies identified profession and program standards, monitors and evaluates community and Area-wide services provided through grants or contracts with American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) Tribes, Villages, organizations, and direct IHS operations for mental health, social services, and alcohol/substance abuse. The incumbent in this position is responsible for strategic planning, coordinating, negotiating, and directing behavioral health initiatives in regards to grant and Federal funding. The incumbent reports to the Director, Division of Behavioral Health.