Tag Archives: Native Americans
2021 Year in Review: Most Popular Blogs and Social Posts
Happy #NewYear! We would like to share a glimpse of your top ten favorite blogs and social posts from 2021, which rally around racial justice, social justice, culture and history…
Accessing and Protecting Natureâ€™s Most Precious Resource: Water
On the one hand, Native Americans are fighting to keep their water sources clean. On the other, they are fighting to have any water at all.
Food and Water: A Basic Human Right But Not An Equal Opportunity
Access to food and water is a basic human right. Unfortunately, 1 in 9 people are food insecure in the U.S. More specifically, 1 in 4 Native Americans are food insecure.
Caring for Native Elders During Summer Fires, Storms, Heat & Outages
…PWNA aids Elders by distributing summer care packages that are often sponsored by individual donors. These emergency care packages… help Elders when the inevitable fire, storm or extreme heat wave strikes.
Native Views on Independence Day
Today, we look at a viewpoint thatâ€™s sometimes forgotten â€“ the Indigenous one. Do Native Americans in the United States celebrate Independence Day?
PWNA CEO Addresses Haskellâ€™s Graduating Classes of 2020 and 2021
Recently, PWNA president & CEO Joshua Arce had the opportunity to speak with graduates of Haskell Indian Nations University as part of an unofficial graduation ceremony for the classes of 2020 and 2021.
Recognizing Indigenous Veterans on Memorial Day
This year on Memorial Day, we pay homage to the veterans who have served… and celebrate the opening of the new National Native American Veterans Memorial at the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington, D.C.
Fueling Winter Warmth for Native Elders
Elders are safest from COVID-19 at home but are met with scarce winter fuel and harsh winter temperatures. Help us keep Elders safe â€“ and warm â€“ this winter.
The Clear Impact of Partnership With Native Americans
Here is a glimpse of the impact you can make by donating to Partnership With Native Americans.