HISTORIC DAY: TWO AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN BECOME MEMBERS OF CONGRESS

By Levi Rickert (Native News Online)

WASHINGTON — In a history making moment, two American Indian women were sworn-in today, January 3, 2019, as members of Congress. Deb Haaland (Laguna Pueblo), from the 1st Congressional District in New Mexico and Sharice Davids (Ho-Chunk), from the 3rd Congressional District in Kansas, became the first two American Indian women ever to become members of Congress.

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