"Unacceptable": Rep. Deb Haaland on the Federal Response to COVID-19 in Tribal Communities

June 30, 2020
In The News

When Democratic Representative Deb Haaland of New Mexico was elected to Congress in 2018, she became one of the first two Native American congresswomen, and she emphasized climate, universal healthcare, and immigration rights. Today, she is speaking about what she and others have called an unacceptable federal response to the coronavirus in Indian Country. 

Representative Deb Haaland joins our program to discuss the response and what tribal communities need now, as well as Native American 2020 Census participation, and how the Black Lives Matter movement could draw attention to Indigenous liberation movements in New Mexico.

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