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Rainmaking ceremonies are an important cultural tradition for Indigenous people around the world. This tradition is steeped in bringing life-giving water to the earth…
While most urban homes across American have running water, the same cannot be said for many homes on remote reservations throughout Indian Country.
Today is International Women’s Day and this year’s theme is ‘Choose to Challenge’… When I think about women who intentionally choose to challenge, Heather Dawn Thompson instantly comes to mind.
Here is a glimpse of the impact you can make by donating to Partnership With Native Americans.
#COVID19 has devastated rural communities across the U.S., but #AcomaPueblo in New Mexico, and their Health & Human Services division, worked to slow the spread and keep their most vulnerable safe.
As we prepare for 2021, we want to take a moment to reflect on the past year here at Partnership With Native Americans… and share your top 10 blogs from 2020.
Each year, we take time to reflect on the impact of our program partners and donors on Native communities… and to put it mildly, 2020 was unprecedented.
In the spirit of the season… from helping small businesses impacted to COVID-19 to advocating for social justice, several notable headlines from December showcase the resilience of Native communities.
Today, Christmas is celebrated in many diverse ways and is considered one of the most celebrated holidays throughout the world. So, how did the early Native Americans celebrate Christmas?
Giving Tuesday is an opportunity to join in on the global generosity movement to support urgent causes. One of the most critical requests for communities in Indian Country is water.