NCAI

AcronymDefinition
NCAINational Congress of American Indians
NCAINational Coalition for Adult Immunization
NCAINational Conference on Artificial Intelligence
NCAINeighborhood Cleaners Association International (New York, NY)
NCAINational Committee on Atomic Information (est. 1945; Federation of American Scientists)
NCAINorth Central Area Interconnect (school consortium; South Dakota)
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NCAI will consist of six research laboratories, one each at National University of Science and Technology (NUST) PUCIT, University of Engineering and Technology (Lahore), COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT), NED (Karachi) and UET (Peshawar) with approximately Rs1.1 billion funding provided by the Planning Commission of Pakistan through Federal Higher Education Commission.
(60.) US Census Bureau, "2008 State-Recognized Tribes and American Indian and Alaska Native Organizations Working Meetings: Final Report," April 2009, http://factfinder.census.gov; National Congress of American Indians, "NCAI, National Native Organizations Join US Census Bureau in Launching 'Indian Country Counts' Census Campaign," October 12, 2009, http://www.ncai.org.
The NCAI position paper, whose weakest claims echo the notorious "doll experiment" argument of 1954's Brown v.
As a response to the Cobell settlement, as well as similar lawsuits launched by tribal governments over separately managed trust accounts, the NCAI launched its Protect Native Money campaign to educate and raise awareness both of the dangers of consumer scams and to promote smart money management.
"If [other groups] would just think about how their own cultures would respond if someone was out there at a football game dancing and making a mockery of their sacred items, they would see how we feel," says Robert Holden, director of the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI).
The National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) described the unique epidemiology and consequences of MA in Indian Country.
The NCAI founded that panel in 1997 to address the needs of young American Indians, and of late, the organization has begun to focus on the suicide rate of 15- to 24-year-olds.
Nevada (US), May 31 (ANI): Hindu statesman Rajan Zed and National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) are thinking of working together on issues of common interest.
Hall, "Letter to the Editors of Time Magazine," December 13, 2002, available at http://www.americanindian.ucr.edu/discussions/gaming/letters/ ncai.html.
One of Elizabeth's contemporaries, Ruth Muskrat Bronson, a highly educated and assimilated woman of Cherokee and Irish descent, did offer commentary on the report, and these two women had many things in common, including relationships with the GFWC and the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI).
Testimony of NCAI President, National Congress of American Indians, before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, Oversight Hearing on Economic Development, presented by President May 10, 2006.