Tag Archives: NativeAware

Why It’s Critical to Reclaim Heritage Foods in Tribal Communities

If you are like me and like to cook, I would encourage you to try some traditional Native foods like this Three Sisters recipe and to download our Native American Recipe Book today.

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Why Traditional Tribe Names Are Important

Thinking about Native representation reminds me of tribal names – both having them changed and having them used by others.

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Native American Athletes in the Olympics & Super Bowl

Native Americans are highly accomplished in sports, from the Super Bowl to the Winter Olympics. Then known as International Winter Sports Week of the 1924 Paris Summer Olympics, the first Winter Olympics were in Chamonix, France. Clarence John Abel (aka “Taffy) from the Chippewa Indian Sault First Nation participated. He was the U.S. flag bearer […]

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My 2024 Predictions in the Election Year

Weighing how to positively impact the Native Americans living on underserved reservations is especially crucial during an election year. With so much going on in the world, here are a few 2024 predictions tied to ongoing inequities that affect Native lives.

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Giving Back: How to Change Native Lives on Reservations

How can we all meaningfully impact the lives of Native Americans living on reservations? While it may seem daunting to unpack decades of systemic injustices, the first step is to become more NativeAware®. Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to dive into this topic with Meaningful Influence Lifestyles Magazine (issue 309). Lifestyles is a […]

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Show Native American Kids Your Generosity this #GivingTuesday

…Just $35 can provide a warm, new coat for an Indigenous child… Right along with you, Joshua Arce, our President & CEO, will match your #GivingTuesday donations up to $10,000.

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Elevating Native Truths for Native American Heritage Month

Elevating Native Truths for Native American Heritage Month… Did you know the English did not even land on Plymouth Rock? The first recorded history of Plymouth Rock was not until 1715. That was some 95 years after the Mayflower landed in what was actually Cape Cod in 1620?

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Did You Know About the New PBS “Native America” Series?

Native Americans have a long history of being misrepresented. So, as our CEO Joshua Arce says, “when a movie or show airs that tells our real stories, we do what we can to ensure it gets in front of as many people as possible.” In this case, it means sponsoring PBS’s Native America series to […]

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The 562 Project: Seeing Native America Differently

October is National Arts & Humanities Month and a great time to take a look at some incredibly talented Native artists that have dedicated their life to their craft.

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How to Remember Native Americans This North Texas Giving Day

With North Texas Giving Day around the corner, we are reminded of the impact a strong community can have when everyone finds their passion, works together and gives with purpose. What are you passionate about?

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