Category Archives: Humanitarian

The Significance of Feathers in Native Cultures

Across America, there seems to be a disconnect when it comes to feathers, headdresses and what they mean to the Native cultures…

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Supporting Native Students through the 2019 Combined Federal Campaign

This Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) season, instead of pledging to what’s near and dear to your heart, consider giving to a Native American-serving cause such as the American Indian Education Fund.

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National Preparedness Month in Indian Country

This National Preparedness Month, it’s reassuring to know we’re implementing a new emergency preparedness model in Indian Country and empowering the tribes to respond locally at a moment’s notice when disaster strikes.

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Labor Day and Native American Employment Disparities

Labor Day: We hope employers will consider hiring Native Americans to foster a new generation of American labor and build a brighter future for all Americans.

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Recently in Native News

Recently in Native News: Native Americans have been making headlines this month across the country for their contributions to society through Native art and culture.

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Native Youth Convene to Participate in Second Food Sovereignty Summit

Last month, Native American youth from five tribes convened in the sacred He Sapa (Black Hills) for PWNA’s second Native Youth Food Sovereignty Summit.

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Legend of the Full Sturgeon Moon

For generations, Native Americans have marked cycles of the moon, like the Sturgeon Moon, to signify certain times of the year.

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Honoring Native Veterans on National Code Talker’s Day

August 14 is National Navajo Code Talker’s Day… we remember the honor they brought to themselves, their people and their country.

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The History and Significance of the Pueblo Revolt of 1690

The Pueblo Revolt against the Spaniards began on Aug. 10, 1680, and by September, Spanish settlements ceased to exist in the state of New Mexico.

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Recently in Native News

Recently in Native News: Native Americans are continuing to receive recognition and attain success in classrooms, art exhibits, social policies and more.

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