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Seeking Money for an American Indian Embassy

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Seeking Money for an American Indian Embassy

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Seeking Money for an American Indian Embassy

Seeking Money for an American Indian Embassy

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Fundraising efforts began this week for the creation of an Embassy of Tribal Nations in Washington, D.C. Host Jennifer Ludden talks with Jacquiline Johnson, the executive director of the National Congress of American Indians, which heads the effort. Johnson says the goal is to have a place for tribal governments to negotiate as a sovereign nation with U.S. and foreign leaders.