On the Inside

June 2017, Volume 27 No. 6

A special thanks to Marvin Oliver (Quinault/Isleta-Pueblo) for allowing us to feature "Family Reunion" on the cover of the June 2017 issue. Marvin is one of the Northwest Coast's foremost contemporary sculptors and printmakers. He is Professor of American Indian Studies at the University of Washington. For more information about Marvin Oliver's work, call (907) 225-8365 or email info@marvinoliver.com. More of his art can be viewed at www.marvinoliver.com.

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Magazine Cover

Inside This Issue

GLI (inside front cover)

AIAN Veterans Memorial (inside back cover)

Everi (back cover)

Merkur Gaming

Scientific Games


Table of Contents


Speak Out: Tribes' Future in Uncertain Political Times - by W. Ron Allen

VGT - An Aristocrat Company

Indian Gaming Report: Putting the Idea of Privatization to Rest – Sovereignty Means Respecting Indian Tribes as Governments and Indian Lands as Sacred - by Ernest L. Stevens, Jr.

DreamCatcher Hotels

NCAIED Report: Congress Should Fully Fund Indian Country Programs


Revenue Growth: It's Time to Rethink Class II Gaming - by Valerie Spicer

Planglow USA

Legal Front: Absolute Immunity No Longer Absolute for Tribal Officals and Employees - by Christina M. Vaughn

Casino Careers

Service Culture: Human Resources as Cultural Visionaries - by Brad Worthley

Global Gaming Expo (G2E)

Cybersecurity: How to Fend Off Data Breaches - by Kris Nixon

Doug Hyde Studios

Sustainability: Reducing the Casino Energy Footprint - by Brent Hughes

Arizona Indian Gaming Association (AIGA)

Property Review: Ilani Resort in Ridgefield, WA

Washington Indian Gaming Association

Workplace Safety: Conducting an OSHA Inspection Like a Professional - by Jeanette Showalter

National Indian Gaming Association (NIGA)

Tribal Development Program: Muckleshoot Roundtable Conference & Expo

American Indian College Fund

In the Spotlight: Suquamish Tribal Member Matthew Hawk

Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association (OIGA)

Memorial Mission: A Good Year for Remembering the American Indian Alaska Native Veterans

Indian Gaming Magazine


Monthly Features & Columns

Openings & Expansions: Black Oak Casino Resort Opens New Willow Creek Lounge; Prairie Island Indian Community Breaks Ground on Elder Assisted Living Center; Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa Opens New Resort Swimming Pool; Ribbon Cutting Held to Celebrate Opening of New St. Croix Casino Hertel; Treasure Island Resort & Casino Opens Additional Pool in The Lagoon; Potawatomi to Expand Hotel with Second Tower; Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa Celebrates Completion of Phase One Expansion; Saint Regis Mohawk Tribe Breaks Ground on New Administration Building



Publisher's Page

Cover Artist

New Games

Product Spotlight

Book Review

Calendar of Events


Legal & Legislative

From the White House

Community Outreach

Ad Index