It’s a New Day Now! D.C. Rally Will Promote Economic Development in Indian Country

Hundreds of tribal representatives as well as American Indian advocates and supporters are expected to rally in Washington D.C. on June 16 in front of the U.S. Capitol to bring attention to advancing economic development in Indian country.

This is the second year that the National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development will host a regional Reservation Economic Summit, or RES event, in the nation's capital, and the first time that a rally will be held, according to Gary Davis, president and CEO of the National Center, a nonprofit organization that assists American Indian tribes and their enterprises with business and economic development.

"While I think it's going to be a great way to assemble a few hundred people together and have leadership come and be part of it ... all of the folks joining down there will be making affirmative statements about a New Day economically for Indian country...

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