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National Powwow XVI in Review
The National Powwow shared with the community the culture of American Indians nationwide, but also was a great way for AIEF to explain how we assist the American Indians on the reservations with scholarships and other aid.
Firewood Collaboration, Tecumseh Style
National Relief Charities worked together with the South Dakota National Guard and U.S. Forest Service to deliver over 535 cords of wood to the Crow Creek and Cheyenne River reservations.
Posted in Older Archives_Humanitarian, Older Archives_Programs Also tagged Black Hills, winter fuel, Crow Creek Tribe, U.S. Forestry Service, South Dakota National Guard, Tecumseh, Pine Ridge Reservation, Cheyenne River Reservation, Native American, National Relief Charities, American Indian Leave a comment
What Is An Indian? Stereotypes
This blog addresses stereotypes: what are they (definition), some typical stereotypes about Native people, the damage stereotyping causes and some ideas about how to refrain from stereotyping with an eye toward building better relationships.
Posted in Older Archives_Humanitarian Also tagged American Indian, racial stereotypes, Stereotypes, prejudice, discrimination 2 Comments