2020 Year in Review
As we prepare for 2021, we want to take a moment to reflect on the past year here at Partnership with Native Americans (PWNA). 2020 brought a global health pandemic that led to more people taking a closer look at the longstanding social injustices that affect Native American communities. Thankfully, through the continued support of our generous donors, we were able to assist some of the most remote, impoverished reservation communities in the country when they needed it most.
We also celebrated a milestone anniversary – 30 years of service – for impacting lives through immediate and long-term relief from critical barriers in food, education, animal welfare and emergency relief across Indian Country. We’re grateful that we’ll be able to continue working with our partners in the coming year.
Once again, thank you to the donors who’ve allowed us to continue carrying out our mission to champion hope and brighter futures for Native Americans.
With that, we’re sharing a glimpse of your top ten favorite blog posts from 2020:
- Native American Undergraduate Students Awarded ‘Wes Studi AIEF Scholarship’
- Honoring Native Americans And All Who Served, This Vietnam War Veterans Day
- Support Native Veterans During The COVID-19 Pandemic
- Standing in Solidarity: Black Lives Matter
- A Look at The Impact Of COVID-19 On the Navajo Nation
- Navajo Code Talkers Day: The Life and Legacy of Chester Nez
- Impact Of COVID-19 On Native Culture and Ceremonies
- Spring Equinox in Native American Cultures
- COVID-19 Shines A Light on The Digital Divide in Indian Country
- President’s Day: Supporting Native American Communities Through Action