From The American Presidency Project, Proclamation—National Native American Heritage Month, 2022:
“During National Native American Heritage Month, we celebrate Indigenous peoples past and present and rededicate ourselves to honoring Tribal sovereignty, promoting Tribal self-determination, and upholding the United States' solemn trust and treaty responsibilities to Tribal Nations.
“America has not always delivered on its promise of equal dignity and respect for Native Americans. For centuries, broken treaties, dispossession of ancestral lands, and policies of assimilation and termination sought to decimate Native populations and their ways of life. But despite this painful history, Indigenous peoples, their governments, and their communities have persevered and flourished. As teachers and scholars, scientists and doctors, writers and artists, business leaders and elected officials, heroes in uniform, and so much more, they have made immeasurable contributions to our country's progress.”
From Census Reference Maps:
Note: Click on either image above for the full, high-resolution wall maps in PDF format.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau, Population Division.
Note: The table above is cropped to highlight the totals at the top. Click on the image for the breakdowns for Not Hispanic, Hispanic, male, and female.
Source: 2010 and 2020 Decennial Census Public Law 94-171 Redistricting Data.
Note: The screen grab above is set to show the group American Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination. Click on the image and select from the “Group” drop down. The list includes American Indian and Alaska Native alone and American Indian and Alaska Native in combination.
From Our Surveys & Programs / Geography Program:
Source: 2016-2020 American Community Survey (ACS), 5-year estimates.
Note: The data tool above is set to the Navajo Nation Reservation in Arizona. Click on the image for the fully interactive webpage and to enter names of other tribal areas or states.
From the Newsroom:
From About the Bureau / Congressional & Intergovernmental Affairs: