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Secretary of State John Gale swears in the new board members of the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs


Secretary of State John Gale swears in the new  board members of the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs, October 19,  2012.

Secretary of State John Gale swears in the new board members of the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs, October 19, 2012.



Established in 1971, the commission is the state liaison between the four headquarter tribes: Omaha, Ponca, Santee Sioux and Winnebago Tribes of Nebraska. The commission, through advocacy and education, helps assure off-reservation Indian communities are afforded equitable opportunities in housing, employment, education, health care, economic development and human/civil rights.

Established in 1971, the commission is the state liaison between the four headquarter tribes: Omaha, Ponca, Santee Sioux and Winnebago Tribes of Nebraska. The commission, through advocacy and education, helps assure off-reservation Indian communities are afforded equitable opportunities in housing, employment, education, health care, economic development and human/civil rights.