As the media noted, the White House website switched over to Obama's version at 12 pm Tuesday. Under The Agenda, it lists all the topics the Obama administration considers important.
Energy & Environment
Seniors & Social Security
Hmm. No Indians here. Perhaps they're under one of the main headings.
Under Civil Rights, you can find Support for the LGBT Community. Under Additional Issues, you can find Sportsmen. But I don't see any mention of Indians.
So the disabled get a main heading. LGTB people and sportsmen each get sections under a main heading. But Indians get nothing.
Maybe the site mentions Indians elsewhere? Well, if you search for "Indians," you get 10 hits. Most are presidential biographies. The first hit is for William Henry Harrison, who started as a "simple frontier Indian fighter." Nice.
If you search for "Native Americans," you get only three hits. The first hit is for "Office of Public Liaison--Bios." It's a false hit that contains the unrelated words "Native" and "Americans."
The White House site has no significant information about Indians. Yet Obama promised to appoint a senior advisor on Indian affairs. Now that you've addressed the critical LGTB and sportsmen agendas, Barack, how about addressing the Indians?