A Turning in the Tide: 50 Years of Progress in Indian Country 1963-2013

November 13th, 2013
Watch the video "A Turning in the Tide" about Robert F. Kennedy's historic 1963 speech to the National Congress of American Indians and how the Justice Department, under the leadership of Attorney General Eric Holder, is working today more than ever to fulfill its commitment to foster equal justice, safety, partnership and self-government in Native American communities.



2012 National Intertribal Youth Summit (NIYS) Public Service Announcement (PSA)
January 30th, 2013
The 2012 PSA represents hopes, fears, expectations, and challenges that tribal youth see on their reservations and in their communities. It builds upon themes from previous NIYS events and was filmed on site during the 2012 NIYS in Washington, DC.



2011 National Intertribal Youth Summit Final Report


March 29th, 2012
The Eight Minute Highlight Video from the 2011 National Intertribal Youth Summit (NIYS) in Santa Fe, New Mexico includes images and activities of the week-long event. Youth, government officials, sports and entertainment leaders, and non-profit representatives who attended the NIYS speak about its impact and future work to be done with and for American Indian and Alaskan Native Youth.



That's My People
September 15th, 2011
"That's My People" is a public service announcement (PSA) developed at the 2011 National Intertribal Youth Summit (NIYS). The PSA represents many voices and vocalizes issues that tribal youth across all regions identified as important to address in their communities. It was filmed on site during the NIYS at the Santa Fe Indian School.



An Overview of the Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation
February 23rd, 2011
In 2010, the Department of Justice (DOJ) launched its first ever Coordinated Tribal Assistance Solicitation, or CTAS, combining DOJ's existing Tribal government-specific competitive solicitations into one application; this video provides details on how to submit a solicitation under the FY 2011 revised CTAS application process. The target audience is tribal leaders, tribal communities and federal and state criminal justice professionals who work in Indian country.