AMERICAN INDIAN NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER
BREAKING AMERICIAN INDIAN NEWS, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA INDIAN RESERVATIONS
CURRENT ISSUE
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD:
BREAKING NATIVE AMERICAN NEWS FEATURES, OPINIONS, LETTER TO EDITOR

Large Download (15+ MB)
- allow time to load -
July 4th, 1776-2019

PUBLISHERHAPPY BIRTHDAY USA!
243 Years!

CALIFORNIA'S TRIBAL NEWSPAPER
Northern | Central | Southern Indian Reservations

Serving Tribal Governments Across the Nation

"The American Indian Reporter" (AIR) was originally designed to serve American Indian tribal members in Southern California. Our newspaper continues to be the only tribal-produced newspaper dedicated to serving the 31 Indian reservations located in Southern California with today's local and national breaking news in Indian country, OP-ED, community-based feature stories and niche advertising.

BREAKING AMERICAN INDIAN NEWS SOURCE

We are currently expanding our news coverage nationally to include central and northern California, as well as the 562 Native American tribes in the United States through our websites and electronic delivery options.

WE WANT YOUR NEWS AND PARTICIPATION

The American Indian Reporter leaders actively seek to strengthen tribal voices and assist the next generation of Native American writers, photographers, social media correspondents and indigenous rights activists through bona fide publishing opportunities in professional print media and Web publishing.

If you have a news tip, a story idea, public notice or opinion letter to publish - if you want to get involved with our tribal publications or just want to leave us a comment - please contact our publisher directly: Ernie C. Salgado Jr. (Soboba tribal member).

FULL-COLOR TRIBAL NEWSPAPER,
MONTHLY CIRCULATION: 10,000 printed, unlimited electronic downloads
PRINTED COPIES MAILED OUT MONTHLY TO EVERY TRIBAL OFFICE ACROSS THE UNITED STATES

BREAKING NATIVE AMERICAN NEWS FEATURES, OPINIONS, LETTER TO EDITOROur monthly tribal community newspaper is printed in full color and trimmed to 11x22 inches. It includes up to 32 pages and specializes in interesting tribal commentary and professional journalism at its grass roots.

Our delivery services offer subscribers and participating tribes with options to automatically distribute printed papers by U.S. Mail to their tribal members, homes and businesses world wide.

Please CONTACT US for more information.
Please SUBSCRIBE to our news service.
Please read our DISCLAIMER & USER AGREEMENT*.

American Indians Weren't Guaranteed the Right to Vote in Every State Until 1962

ROBERT CAPA WAR PHOTOGRAPHYAmerican Indians won citizenship in 1924, but the struggle for voting rights stretched on much longer.

By Becky Little: History Stories Update February 2019 - Edited by Ernie C. Salgado Jr., Editor/Publisher

Do U.S. citizenship and voting rights go hand and hand? For most of the country’s history, the answer has been no—just look at the example of Native voting rights, which weren’t secured in all states until the 1960s ... READ THE ARTICLE.

California Tribal Chairpersons Association, Inc.

“The mission of the CTCA is to promote unity and strength by advocating for all California Indian people. As my father taught me, it is important to improve the lives for future generations and to pursue a path that younger tribal leaders can follow, like our tribal elders did for us,” Mazzetti said.

CALIF Tribes Establish New Executive Council
Uniting Southern, Central, Northern Reservations

Bo Mazzetti
Chairman
Michael Hunter
Vice Chairman
Erica M. Pinto
Secretary
Garth Sundberg
Treasurer
Kevin Day
Member at Large
Dale Miller
Member at Large

by Ernie C. Salgado Jr., Publisher
The American Indian Reporter

SACRAMENTO, CA - On Tuesday, April 9, 2019, the Southern California Tribal Chairmen's Association, Central California Tribal Chairpersons' Association and the Northern California Tribal Chairpersons' Association joined forces to formally establish the California Tribal Chairpersons' Association (CTCA), a state-wide organization established to collectively address critical issues facing Tribes in California ... READ THE FULL HISTORIC CALIFORNIA TRIBAL CHAIRPERSONS' ASSOCIATION STORY.

The CTCA Board of Directors consist of one representative from each of the member tribes. The six-member Executive Council is composed of two representatives from the three geographical areas identified as Southern, Central, Northern.

SIX-MEMBER COUNCIL:

Bo Mazzetti, Chairman of Rincon Band of Luiseño Band of Indians was elected Chairman of the CTCA.

Michael Hunter, Tribal Chairman of the Coyote Valley Band of Pomo Indians was elected Vice Chairman of CTCA.

Garth Sundberg, Tribal Chairman of the Trinidad Rancheria was elected Treasurer of the CTCA.

Erica M. Pinto, Tribal Chairwoman of the Jamul Indian Village of California was elected Secretary.

Kevin Day, Tribal Chairman of Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians was elected Member at Large of the CTCA.

Dale Miller, Tribal Chairman of Elk Valley Rancheria was elected Member at Large of the CTCA.

Denis Turner, Executive Director of the Southern California Tribal Chairmen’s Association, Inc. SCTCA, provided the organization with expertise on the development of organizational document and in-service training.

Joseph Burton, Professional Basketball Player
Soboba Indian Reservation

by Ernie C. Salgado Jr. (Soboba tribe)
Publisher, The American Indian Reporter

SOBOBA INDIAN RESERVATION - Joseph Burton is a tribal member of the Soboba Band of Luiseño Indians ... Joseph played for Oregon State University where he holds three records: 1) most rebounds, 2) most assists, and 3) most points scored.

Joseph has been playing professional basketball in Europe for the past seven years. He was named the MVP six of those seven years ... READ THE SOBOBA STORY.

WE WANT YOUR NEWS!
Please contact us to submit your reservation news tips, story ideas, articles, photographs, OP-ED letters to the editor, open letters to the American Indian community...

Our Native American newspaper serves the thirty one Southern California Indian reservations and their tribal members:

  • Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians
  • Augustine Band of Cahuilla Indians
  • Barona Band of Mission Indians
  • Cabazon Band of Mission Indians
  • Cahuilla Band of Cahuilla Mission Indians
  • Campo Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Chemehuevi Indian Tribe
  • Ewiiaapaayp Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Iipay Kumeyaay Nation of Santa Ysabel
  • Inaja-Cosmit Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Jamul Indian Village
  • La Jolla Band of Luiseno Indians
  • La Posta Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Los Coyotes Band of Cahuilla Indians
  • Manzanita Band of Kumeyaay Indians
  • Mesa Grande Band of Mission Indians
  • Morongo Band of Mission Indians
  • Pala Band of Mission Indians
  • Pauma Band of Luiseno Indians
  • Pechanga Band of Luiseno Indians
  • Ramona Band of Cahuilla
  • Rincon Band of Luiseño Indians
  • San Manuel Band of Mission Indians
  • San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians
  • Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians
  • Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians
  • Soboba Band of Luiseno Indians
  • Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation
  • Torres-Martinez Desert Cahuilla Indians
  • Twenty-Nine Palms Band of Indians of California
  • Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians

*DISCLAIMER & USER AGREEMENT:

The American Indian Reporter is based strictly on my humble opinion of the numerous tribal matters and issues. It is not intended to represent the views or positions of any American Indian Tribal Government, American Indian organization, community organization or private-sector sponsor of the American Indian Reporter.

The primary purpose of this newspaper is to provide information to the American Indian population and general public on American Indian affairs at the local, state and national levels.

Any reproduction or posting of any data herein in any form is strictly prohibited unless authorized or used for educational purposes. Violators will be subject to us creating an effigy of you and stick it with pins and needles.

Please review the binding LEGAL AGREEMENT that governs your use, storage and release of this website's content.

PUBLISHER
-Ernie C. Salgado Jr., Soboba tribal member

Contact Us | Home Page | Back Issues
MADE IN AMERICA WEB SITE DESIGN
www.americanindianreporter.com | www.americanindianreporter.org | aireporter.org
COPYRIGHT 2018-Present • ALL RIGHTS RESERVED