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  • Resource Database / Organizations / Native American

    Resources: 121 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Abalone: The Native American Cultural Center of California
      US - West
    Abalone ~ The Native American Cultural Center of California offers a variety of online art galleries, education and curriculum materials, stories, maps, events, and information about their annual Native Spring Festival. An urban cultural center in San Francisco, NACC also maintains extensive connections throughout California and the west coast.
    ACQTC -- Algonquian Confederacy of the Quinnipiac Tribal Council
    Algonquin US - Northeast
    The official website of the Algonquian Confederacy of the Quinnipiac Tribal Council, Inc.; representing the Algonquian-speaking peoples originally inhabiting southwestern Connecticut.
    Administration for Native Americans (Alaska Region)
      US - Alaska
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    Administration for Native Americans (Eastern Region)
      US - Northeast
    The Administration for Native Americans (ANA) has three program areas in which a prospective applicant can apply: Social and Economic Development Strategies (SEDS), Environmental Regulatory Enhancement and Native American Language. In the process of completing an application for federal assistance, eligible applicants can receive training and technical assistance (T/TA). Short term T/TA that support efforts in achieving greater self-sufficiency for Native communities is offered free of charge.
    Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
      US - Northwest
    ATNI is a nonprofit organization representing 43 Northwest tribal governments from Oregon, Idaho, Washington, southeast Alaska, Northern California and Western Montana. The ATNI calendar of events and a listing of powwows and cultural gatherings is also available, plus web sites that may be of interest to the various tribal groups associated with ATNI. The sites are well-researched and will be regularly updated.
    aimara.info
    Aymara America - South
    Debate, profesionalismo y debate aimara
    Alaska Federation of Natives - University of Alaska
      US - Alaska
    The Alaska Native Knowledge Network is designed to serve as a resource for compiling and exchanging information related to Alaska Native knowledge systems and ways of knowing.
    Algonquin Nation
      Canada
    A website dedicated to the promoting the history, culture, and language of the Algonquin Nation.
    Algonquins of Barriere Lake
    Algonquin Canada - Eastern
    A website dedicated to the promoting the history, culture, and language of Mitchikinabikok Inik - Algonquins of Barriere Lake.
    All Indian Pueblo Council - New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    In September 1991, with the assistance of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region VI, the nineteen Pueblos created the Pueblo Office of Environmental Protection (POEP) within the All Indian Pueblo Council (AIPC) to coordinate waste management and environmental activities. The superfund Memorandum of Agreement was signed in 1991 between the EPA and the AIPC establishing the POEP to act as an information clearing-house and to provide technical support to the pueblos.
    American Indian and Alaska Native Employees Association of the NCRS
      US - Alaska
    AIANEA was founded in 1993 and chartered by the Natural Resources Conservation Service of the US Department of Agriculture in 1997. The organization provides scholarships and annual training conferences and is a partner to the Intertribal Agriculture Council.
    American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico
      US - Southwest
    The American Indian Chamber of Commerce of New Mexico is a non-profit organization that helps foster and promote the development of American Indian economic self- sufficiency and growth throughout New Mexico and the United States. We continue to be “a unified voice for the Native American business community.”
    American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma
      US - Central
    The purpose of the American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Oklahoma (AICCO) is to assist American Indian businesses to expand and grow their business. The chamber provides an opportunity for Native American business owners to network among themselves to enhance business opportunities. The Chamber also acts as a collective voice for American Indian businesses on important issues.
    American Indian Community House (New York City)
      US - Northeast
    AICH, founded in 1969, is a not-for-profit organization serving the health, social service, and cultural needs of Native Americans residing in New York City. AICH sponsors a performing arts program and the first permanent Native American gallery/museum in New York City. AICH also provides programs in job training and placement; health services referral; HIV referral and case management services; and counseling programs for alcoholism and substance use.
    American Indian Heritage Support Center Review
      US - West
    A review of the “Manataka American Indian Council” by the American Indian Heritage Support Center.
    American Indian Movement of Colorado
      US - West
    Denver/Boulder Chapter
    The American Indian Movement of Colorado (Colorado AIM) has rooted its political, social, cultural and economic program in four basic, essential, and non-negotiable principles: Spirituality, Sovereignty/Self-determination, Support and Sobriety.
    American Indian Movement of Florida
    Lakota US - Southeast
    Official web site of the state chapter of the American Indian Movement
    American Indian OIC
      United States
    Our main emphasis is on the training and development of skills of American Indians; however, the resources and programs of the center is available to all persons, regardless of race, creed, color or gender.
    American Indian Scouting Association
      United States
    This is the official Website of the American Indian Scouting Association (AISA). The American Indian Scouting Association is a joint venture of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. and the Boy Scouts of America. The purpose of AISA is: Yo help American Indian and non-Indian adults who are responsible for administration, as well as troop leaders, to develop their own talents through Girl Scouting and Boy Scouting so that they can better serve American Indian youth. To help American Indian and non-Indian youth recognize their talents and capabilities through Girl Scouting and Boy Scouting to better serve their communities. To exchange ideas about successful Boy Scouting and Girl Scouting programs for American Indian youth. To help youths of all tribes and cultures learn by association to appreciate the wide differences of people of Indian heritage.
    anahwake nahtanaba
    Caddo US - Central
    The caddo tribe,cut out and off from its present administration ,found it necessary to create a way to communicate with its far flung membership,thus www,thecaddo.com . watch our progress, come to see our site,and quite possibly see history unfold before your own eyes, caddo history, we will make the differance necessary to serve our people.why? because we are caddo!
    Apache del Rio Intertribal Organization
      US - Central
    The Apache del Rio Intertribal is comprised of Native American Indians from many different Nations and individuals who, though not of Native American ancestry, share a strong interest in ensuring that the culture, heritage and traditions of the Native American Indians are accurately passed on to our children, the general public and future generations.
    Arizona Native American Republican Committee
      US - Southwest
    Provides fair and accurate information to tribal and urban communities regarding the Republican agenda and canidaties. Also provides information to our elected officals regarding Native American issues, culture and soverignity.
    B.R.I.D.G.E. Building Respectful Interactions to Develop Goals for American Indian Elders and Youth
      US - Northwest
    B.R.I.D.G.E. serves the diverse needs of American Indian Elders as well as the cultural needs of our youth. We are dedicated to bridge the generation gap between these two groups by encouraging intergenerational meetings to share culture, languages, beliefs and customs. Through this intergenerational exchange, our long term goals are to reduce the current social issues of both our elders and our youth. We will see an increase in high school graduation rates, lower incidences of substance abuse, and less juvenile delinquency among our youth. Our elders will experience increased awareness in health issues such as diabetes and adequate nutrition. They will also increase their socialization and sense of purpose by helping our youth retain their culture. Furthermore, our Elders receive educational services. B.R.I.D.G.E will work to restore value and promise to the American Indian way of life if we all work together!
    Bay Area American Indian Two-Spirits
      US - West
    BAAITS is a community based volunteer organization creating forums for spiritual, cultural and artistic expression of Two-Spirit people.
    Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska
    Tlingit US - Alaska
    CCTHITA (Central Council of the Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska) is the Tribal Government representing over 22,000 Tlingit and Haida Indians worldwide. We are a sovereign entity and have a government to government relationship with the United States.
    Cherokee Warriors Society
    Cherokee US - Central
    Solicitation for Cherokee veterans, ( No blood quantum to be satisfied) to join the society sponsored by the Cherokee Nation Veterans Affairs. Join the Brother/Sister hood.
    Cherokees of California, Inc.
    Cherokee  
    The Cherokees of California, Inc., is a 501C-3 non-profit tribal organization incorporated in 1975. It is not affiliated with the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, nor is it a federally recognized tribal entity. We are banded together as descendants of a common Cherokee heritage. Our primary purpose is to preserve and pass on to the next generation our traditions, history and language.
    Chikamaka-cwy
      US - Southeast
    This is a group whos goal is to preserve the culture and traditions once lived by those in the mountains of Middle TN. The language once thought gone is now being taught to those willing to learn. Future plans are a museum to depict life that many lived in secret out of fear of being sent to the reservation in OK. Today elders are now feeling safe enough to tell the stories once kept secret.
    Coastal Carolina Indian Center & Association
    Tuscarora US - Southeast
    An outreach organization founded by Teresa Morris, a Tuscarora woman from Eastern North Carolina.
    Coharie Intra-Tribal Council, Inc.
      US - Southeast
    This is the main Site for The Coharie Intra-Tribal Council, Inc. located in Clinton, North Carolina, USA
    Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission
      US - Northwest
    Confederacy of Nova Scotia Metis
    Metis Canada
    The Confederacy of Nova Scotia Métis was created and exists to foster, promote and preserve our Métis identity and heritage. We will strive to provide education, training, business opportunities and leadership in self-governance
    Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs
      US - Northwest
    It is the land of the Warm Springs, Wasco and Paiute Native American Tribes, stretching from the snowcapped summit of the Cascade Mountains to the palisaded cliffs of the Deschutes River in Central Oregon.
    Confederation of Indigenous Nationalities of Ecuador (CONAIE)
    Quechua America - South
    Since its formation in 1986, CONAIE has led the Indigenous peoples of Ecuador from relative isolation to a position at center stage of Ecuadorian society. CONAIE is the representative body that guarantees Indigenous peoples the political voice that has too long been denied them, and that expresses their needs and goals within a rapidly changing world.
    Couey-Finks.com
      US - West
    Dana Couey, Wappo Tribe - Native American singer and recording artist of contemporary Christian music. Concert information and listing of albums completed to date. - A brief history of the Wappo Tribe.
    Council of Energy Resource Tribes
       
    57 Member Tribes of CERT
    Cowasuck Band of the Pennacook/Abenaki People
    US - Northeast
    K8li Paii8 Li Koasek -- Welcome to the People of the Whites Pines. Our people were located in what is now Coos County, New Hampshire. We invite descendants of Abenaki and Algonquin lineage to join our band.
    Dene Cultural Institute
      Canada - Northern
    East Tennessee Indian League
      US - Southeast
    The East Tennessee Indian League, Inc., is a non-profit organization chartered by the state to "promote American Indian heritage through education and cultural activities." The League strives to help the public see a more accurate image of the American Indian, and to more fully appreciate the heritage, culture and contributions of these first Americans. The Tennessee Commission of Indian Affairs has recognized the League as an official Native American organization.
    Fire on the Prairie
    Sioux US - Central
    Fire on the Prairie provides resource materials for activists and others working on or interested in supporting the struggle for indigenous rights and treaty rights on the northern plains. The struggle against unilateral legislative transfer of treaty land to South Dakota is the current emphasis of our new site.
    Four Winds Intertribal Society
      US - Southeast
    This organization is both a welcoming/help center for native american soldiers assigned to Fort Hood, TX as well as a native american educational resource for Central Texas.
    freeswinomish
    Swinomish US - Northwest
    Our web site was created to consolidate, and make available to the general public, as much information as possible about the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community. As a relatively small tribe, most academic sources offer little in the way of substantive information regarding the Swinomish. FreeSwinomish aspires to one day be that substantive source.
    Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    Official web site of one of Georgia's Cherokee Indian tribe, with numerous links to authentic information about Cherokee culture and genealogy.
    Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    We are the Georgia Tribe of Eastern Cherokee. We are a State recognized tribe. Our mission is to help and assist people of the Cherokee descent and the general public in learning about and preserving the History, Culture and Traditions of the Cherokee people.
    Greenville Indian Rancheria
    Maidu US - Southwest
    Due to the Termination Act of 1958, Tribal members have spread their wings and moved to areas across the United States. Many of the Greenville Indian Rancheria members live in Plumas, Tehama, and Shasta Counties. During the 1980's, Greenville Rancheria regained recognition and became a federally recognized tribe once more.
    Hopi Cultural Preservation Office
    Hopi US - Southwest
    The Hopi Cultural Preservation Office (HCPO) Home Page was created by graduate students in Anthropology 615, Southwest Ethnology, Spring Semester 1996 at Northern Arizona University, under the instruction of Dr. Miguel Vasquez, with the collaboration and consent of the Hopi Cultural Preservation Office, through Leigh (Jenkins) Kuwanwisiwma, Director. This Home Page won first place in the Society for Applied Anthropology President's Student Poster Competition at the March 1997 Annual Meeting in Seattle, WA.
    Hopi Indian Tribe's Office of Community Planning & Economic Development
    Hopi US - Southwest
    The Hopi Indian Tribe's Office of Community Planning & Economic Development is dedicated to the improvement of the Hopi communities and economic conditions on the Hopi Indian Reservation. In a culturally appropriate manner and in compliance with the Hopit Tunatya’at.
    IndigenousAmericans.org
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    Four Winds Tribe, Cherokee of Louisiana web site. Infomation on tribal schedules, info, and general news of tribe. Also includes links and helps for those seeking to increase knowledge about Indigenous Americans.
    Int'l Confederation of Autonomous Chapters of the American Indian Movement
       
    Inter Tribal Council of Arizona
      US - Southwest
    The Inter Tribal Council of Arizona was established in 1952 to provide a united voice for tribal governments located in the State of Arizona to address common issues of concerns. On July 9, 1975, the council established a private, non-profit corporation, Inter Tribal Council of Arizona, Inc.(ITCA), under the laws of the State of Arizona to promote Indian self-reliance through public policy development. ITCA provides an independent capacity to obtain, analyze and disseminate information vital to Indian community self-development.
    Inter Tribal Council of Nevada - Nevada
      US - West
    The Inter-Tribal Council of Nevada, Inc. (ITCN) was incorporated as a non-profit organization under Nevada State Law on February 23, 1966. ITCN is a Tribal organization serving the member reservations and colonies in Nevada. The Governing Body of ITCN consists of an Executive Board, composed of Tribal Chairman from each of these Tribes.
    Intertribal Agriculture Council
      US - Northwest
    IAC was founded in 1987 to pursue and promote the conservation, development and use of our agricultural resources for the betterment of our people. IAC has grown to prominence in Indian Country and among the federal government agencies and the agricultural field with which it works on behalf of individual Indian producers and Tribal enterprises. The IAC has over the last decade become recognized as the most respected voice within the Indian community and government circles on agricultural policies and programs in Indian country.
    InterTribal Bison Cooperative
       
    ITBC is a non-profit 501 (c) (3) tribal organization and is committed to reestablishing buffalo herds on Indian lands in a manner that promotes cultural enhancement, spiritual revitalization, ecological restoration, and economic development.
    Intertribal Council of Nevada, Inc
    Shoshone US - Southwest
    Network Information on the 26 Tribes and Community Organizations that serve Indian People living in Nevada and the Great Basin Region. The main intent of ITCN is to serve as a large political body for the small Nevada Tribes. From that point in time, ITCN has played a major role in promoting Health, Educational, Social, Economic, and Job Opportunity Programs. ITCN now manages Federal and State funded programs aimed at improving the well-being of community members throughout the State of Nevada.
    Intertribal Water Rights Coalition
       
    27 Tribes join together to protect the water rights of the Missouri River Basin.
    Ketchikan Indian Community
      US - Alaska
    About Ketchikan Indian Community Ketchikan Indian Corporation is the governing body for the Natives from many Nations in the Ketchikan area.
    Ku Karey Spiritual Circle, Inc.
    Taino United States
    Ku Karey Spiritual Circle, Inc. Caney of New York is a Taino Spiritual organization established to increase awareness of Taino Culture, its spirituality, language and traditions.
    Lakota Student Alliance
    Lakota US - West
    The Lakota Student Alliance is an alliance of grassroots Indigenous peoples and Students of the Lakota Nation whose mission is to advocate, sponsor, promote and encourage public awareness education among grassroots Indigenous people in the struggle toward Sovereignty and Independence.
    League of Separated Tribes
       
    Lone Wolf United Indian Tribal Assn.
    Cherokee US - Central
    The Lone Wolf United Indian Tribal Assn. is a non-federally recognized organization and is located in the State of Indiana. Membership consists mainly of Cherokee blood but also has people of Choctaw, Creek, Cree, Objiwa, Apache, Inuit, LaKota and Shawnee bloods, who have no Tribal connections in our area.
    Maidu Tribe
    Maidu US - Southwest
    Based in Oroville, California. Contact information, black and white historical photo and letter.
    Medicine Wheel Intertribal Society
      United States
    We are an Intertribal Organization open to all races, no matter how much Native blood they have, be they Louisiana residents or not. We assist in genealogy research, educate locally re Native History, Culture and Current Affairs, host annual Kids Camps, Honor the Ancestors Pow Wow and a High School Senior Scholarship, and facilitate when Native Issues need to be addresses in our area.
    Metis Nation of America
    Metis United States
    Metis nation of America's home page. It has our mission statement,constitution & code of conduct.It is a new site and will be growing with more information in the near future.
    Michigan Urban Indian Consortium
      US - Central
    Mni Sose Intertribal Water Rights Coalition, Inc.
      US - Central
    assists Tribes in the protection of their rights to the use of Missouri River water, tributaries, and groundwater located on, near, and under their respective reservations
    Nacion Taina
    Taino Caribbean Islands
    Official Site of the Taíno Wara-a Bawakén (Nación Taína de las Antillas /Taino Nation of the Antilles)
    NAFOA
      United States
    NAFOA is a native american non-profit association that provides training specific to the financial leaders in Indian Country. It is a volunteer association that has been in existence since 1982.
    NAPA NEWS
      US - Southeast
    The news site of the Native American Preservation Association of Georgia
    NAPA NEWS
      US - Southeast
    Welcome to NAPA NEWS, the news site of the Native American Preservation Association of Georgia. This site is dedicated to promoting culture awareness by presenting issues of interest to Native Americans and anyone interested in the “Indian Way.” This site will probably never be “politically correct”, maybe sometimes borderline militant, and no where near squeaky clean, but it will be informative and will cover a wide variety of subjects. We hope we don’t offend anyone, but if we do, we hope it at least gives you pause to think about what is being presented.
    NAPA of GA
      US - Southeast
    Native American Preservation Association of Georgia, Inc. is a non-profit Native American Education and Charitable organization. The Purpose of NAPA of GA is to preserve and teach the Native American ways, not only to Native Americans, but to non Native Americans.
    NASA Native American Advisory Committee
      United States
    Native American employees at Ames Research Center formed the Native American Advisory Committee (NAAC) to offer guidance to NASA Ames on opportunities and methods for achieving positive, productive interaction with the Native American Community.
    National Native American Law Enforcement Association Homepage
      United States
    NNALEA is a non-profit organization comprised of Native and non-Native law enforcement professionals from every level of government. The membership includes nearly 1,000 tribal, state, county, and local police officers.
    National Native American Veterans Association
       
    The mission of the National Native American Veterans Association is to educate and assist Native American Veterans without regard to Tribal Affiliation, degree of Indian Blood, branch of the Armed Forces, or Combat Status with regard to Veteran Rights, Entitlements, and Benefits.
    Nations of the 4 Directions
      US - Southwest
    NOTFD is an organization of and for the Native American LGBT community of the greater San Diego area.
    Native American Alliance Foundation
      US - Southwest
    The Native American Alliance Foundation provides programs in substance abuse and mental health counseling, Native-traditional healing, Nation Building and community development, Indian Child Welfare, law enforcement and community policing.
    Native American Alliance of Ohio
      US - Northeast
    The goal of the NAAO is to protect the mounds, sacred sites, and burial places of the ancestors.
    Native American Community of Kansas City
    Dakota US - Central
    Our website provides the Native American Community with news, links, powwow listings, and lists organizations that provide services to Native people in Kansas City.
    Native American Interbribal Council of TN
      US - Central
    Helping to keep traditions alive, through Educational programs, and Intertribal Pow Wows.
    Native American Management Services, Inc.
      US - Northeast
    Native American Management Services, Inc. (NAMS) provides services to the federal government. Since 1992 we have delivered exceptional conferences, meetings, training, program management and support services. NAMS provides public relations and advertising services to Native American organizations. NAMS is a certified, woman-owned Native American Small Disadvantaged Business based in the Washington, DC, area.
    Native American Rights Fund (NARF)
       
    The Native American Rights Fund (NARF) is a non-profit organization that provides legal representation and technical assistance to Indian tribes, organizations and individuals nationwide.
    Native American Training Institute
       
    The mission of the Native American Training Institute is to empower individuals, families and the community to create a safe and healthy environment so children and families can achieve their highest potential. The alliance of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and the Trenton Indian Service Area in establishing this training initiative exemplifies a model of collaboration between tribes, state government and the private sector.
    Native American Training Institute
      United States
    The mission of the Native American Training Institute is to empower individuals, families and the community to create a safe and healthy environment so children and families can achieve their highest potential. The alliance of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, the Three Affiliated Tribes, the Spirit Lake Sioux Tribe, the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa and the Trenton Indian Service Area in establishing this training initiative exemplifies a model of collaboration between tribes, state government and the private sector. The Institute also conducts workshops and conferences throughout the year.
    Native Americans at Princeton
       
    Native Americans in the Military
      United States
    This site houses the Native American Men & Women bravely protecting our home land.
    Native Shop
    Sioux US - Central
    We are a reservation-based community organization committed to serving Native American women and their families in Native American, women's, health, and environmental issues.
    NativeOUT
      US - Southwest
    NativeOUT is a grassroots Native American Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Two-Spirit (LGBTTS) organization, serving central Arizona.
    North-Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians
    Cherokee United States
    "Urban Indians", the new term given us in the turbulent 1960's, brought more hardship, trauma, and bias... still, we clung to our Cherokee Culture. In the early 1970's, after residing in the north-east for some time, Ukuwiyuhi Okena Tsali Littlehawk (Long Hair Clan), coalesced the fragments of our Cherokee family that he found here in the north-east. He then established the North-Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians; thereby, recreating a traditional foundation for those of Cherokee descent here in the North-Eastern United States.
    Northern Californian Indian Development Council
      US - Southwest
    With the main administrative office located in Eureka, California, the Northern California Indian Development Council, Inc. (NCIDC) was founded to research, develop and administer programs designed to meet the specific social and economic needs of the American Indian people. Since its inception in 1976, as a California nonprofit corporation, NCIDC has provided assistance in virtually all areas of community development and has evolved into one of the largest American Indian Human Service Agencies in the State of California. NCIDC operates a fine Arts Gallery and Gift Boutique featuring the best of American Indian Artist's and their work, with emphasis placed on the work of the Tribes of N.W. California.
    Owe Aku - Bring Back the Way
    Lakota US - West
    Owe Aku, a Lakota term meaning "Bring Back the Way", was founded in 1997 by Alex and Debra White Plume and their extended families. Owe Aku is a grassroots social change organization dedicated to the preservation and revitalization of the Lakota Way of Life. Owe Aku impacts the Oglala Lakota Nation, the Pine Ridge Homeland, and the Oceti Sakowin: the Seven Council Fires known historically as the Great Sioux Nation.
    Pocasset, Nemasket & Acoaxet Tribe
    Wampanoag US - Northeast
    Pocasset, Nemasket & Acoaxet Tribe & Council of Southeastern Wampanoag Nation
    Pre-American Traditional Heritage Arts
       
    Red Stick Confederacy
      US - Southeast
    The Red Stick Confederacy is a non-profit organization based out of Nashville, Tennessee. We are a group of Indians, from many different Nations including Shawnee, Chickasaw, Cherokee, Apache, Souix, Ojibway, and Choctaw. The Confederacy raises money to buy land throughout the United States. The land bought is that which our ancestors are buried on.
    Red Storm Drum and Dance Troupe
      US - Northeast
    Is a Native American / Indigenous Performance and Educational Native American Drum and Dance troupe, celebrating the Diversity of different Indigenous nations. Red Storm Presenters are Historians, Archeologists, Educators and Teachers of Native American Culture and Crafts. Our mission is to share our culture, arts and skills to children as well as adults. The members of our troupe come from diverse indigenous backgrounds and teach a wide variety of Native American Cultures as vast as the land on which our ancestors lived.The troupe consists of a traditional drum on which Customary as well as original and children's songs are performed. We also have Traditional Dancers, both Men and Women, wear the Regalia of their Native Nations. Programs include the talents of Two Native Style Flute Players, Story Tellers, Teachers of culture, history and crafts. Also, a collection of original artifacts with Teepee setup and demonstrations are available to physically demonstrate the life of Native people. Our passion is to provide the very best learning experience for those who attend, making it educational as well as fun for all, thus keeping the traditions and culture of the Indigenous Peoples of this Beautiful Land alive.
    RedNation of the Cherokee, Inc.
    Cherokee US - Central
    RedNation of the Cherokee, is an independent, intertribal, international Nation comprised of not just Cherokee alone, but walk the path of the 500 Nations, and have welcomed all 500 Nations people to join with us in this sacred hoop of unification.
    Rhode Island Metis Community
    Metis US - Northeast
    A Native American - Metis organization Reaching out to those off reservation individuals in South East New England and providing them with educational and social programs.
    Sacajawea's people exiled after the Lewis and Clark Expedition
    Shoshone US - West
    Banished from our homelands in 1907 and seeking to return ever since, the Lemhi-Shoshone people create a dilemma for the nation. As it prepares to commemorate the Bicentennial of the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery, the United States needs to reassess its commitment to the Lemhi-Shoshone. The obligation the nation acknowledges toward wolf and salmon recovery efforts is dwarfed by the responsibility it faces in treating fairly the people who played such a crucial role in advancing the success of the Lewis and Clark Expedition.
    Sacred Run Foundation
       
    The mission of the 1996 run is to raise awareness about the state of the environment and to preserve indigenous peoples' wisdom and lands. The Sacred Run was organized by Dennis Banks.
    Sealaska
    Haida US - Alaska
    Sealaska Corporation whose assets are derived from the aboriginal assets of Tlinget & Haida Indians. They were preserved through the efforts of the Alaska Native Brotherhood and Alaska Native Sisterhood and their advocacy for the passage of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971 (ANCSA).
    Seattle Indian Center
      US - Northwest
    South Carolina Indian Affairs Commission
      US - Southeast
    Groups seated upon the South Carolina Indian Affairs Commission work together as one to improve the lives of South Carolina’s Indian People through networking and resources as well as to substantiate, establish and provide essential leadership for government-to-government relations for the legitimate tribes with the state government of South Carolina.
    Southern California Indian Center, Inc.
      US - West
    The Southern California Indian Center serves the needs of the Southern California American Indian Community. Programs include health services, programs for Elders, food programs for children. They also sponsor the largest Pow Wow in Southern Califoria.
    Spirit Talk Culture Centre
    Blackfoot US - Northwest
    Official Home of the Blackfoot Confederacy Information Center
    Tahana Whitecrow Foundation
      US - Northwest
    Taino Tribe Of Turabo, Aymaco
    Taino Caribbean Islands
    The Taino Native American Indian Tribe of Turabo Aymaco, Borinken (Puerto Rico) is the modern-day revival of the ancient Taino Native American Indian Tribe of the region of Turabo Aymaco.
    The Buffalo Trust
      US - Southwest
    The Buffalo Trust is non-profit foundation for the preservation and return of their cultural heritage to Native Americans, especially children, founded on the conviction that the loss of cultural identity--the theft of the sacred-- is the most insidious and dangerous threat to the survival of Native American culture in our time.
    The Lakota Fund
    Lakota US - Central
    The Lakota Fund is a private nonprofit community development financial institution for the Lakota people of the Oglala Lakota Nation in southwestern South Dakota. The fund operates out of the village of Kyle, SD which is located in the geographic center of the reservation.
    The Seminole Nation, I.T.
    Seminole US - Central
    History and genealogy pertaining to the Seminole Nation in Indian Territory~
    Triangle Native American Society (TNAS)
      US - Southeast
    The Triangle Native American Society, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, was founded in 1984 and incorporated in 1985 to promote and protect the identity of Native Americans in the Triangle area of North Carolina.
    Tribal Child Care Technical Assistance Center
      United States
    Since January 1998, Native American Management Services (NAMS), a Native American women-owned small business, has operated the Tribal Child Care Technical Assistance Center under contract to the US HHS Child Care Bureau. Technical assistance under this contract supports Indian Tribes and Tribal organizations in their efforts to enhance the quality, affordability and supply of child care.
    Tsi-Akim Maidu Tribe
      US - Southwest
    suggested nation: Maidu The Tsi-Akim Maidu tribe are indigenous American Indians that have inhabited the Nevada and Plumas County region. In October the tribe does an Indigenous People's day. This is an inter tribal event growing every year. From Traditional Ways to the Modern ways of today.
    Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina
    Tuscarora US - Southeast
    Offical web site for the Maxton / Pembroke Tuscarora Nation of North Carolina
    Twin Eagles Indian Association
      US - Southeast
    We are a non-profit organization, which was formed in 1987. We became a State Recognized Native American Organization in 1988. Twin Eagles is the oldest Native American, state recognized, intertribal organization in Northwest Louisiana.
    United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY)
       
    UNITY's mission is to foster the spiritual, mental, physical and social development of American Indian and Alaska Native youth and to help build a strong, unified and self-reliant Native America through involvement of its youth.
    United South and Eastern Tribes
      United States
    Official website of the United South and Eastern Tribes of the United States, Inc. This organization is dedicated to enhancing the development of Indian Tribes, to improving the capabilities of Tribal governments, and assisting the member Tribes and their governments in dealing effectively with public policy issues and in serving the broad needs of Indian people.
    USP Atlanta Native American Prisoners
      United States
    USP Atlanta Native American Prisoners is the page for the Native inmates of the Atlanta Federal Prison. The purpose of the site is to foster contact and communication for the inmates with the outside. Let them know they are NOT forgotten. Very new, the site currently contains the applications submitted by the participating inmates, and some artwork. As contributed, additional artwork, information, stories, will be shared.
    Virginia Council On Indians
      US - Southeast
    The Virginia Council on Indians is a state advisory board that represents the 8 state recognized Tribes of Virginia and all American Indians living within the Commonwealth of Virginia. The state recognized Tribes are the Chickahominy, Eastern Chickahominy, Mattaponi, Monacan, Nansemond, Pamunkey,Rappahannock, and Upper Mattaponi. The Council works closely with State,Local and Federal agencies on American Indian issues.
    Walking Shield American Indian Society
    Lakota US - Central
    The mission of the Walking Shield American Indian Society is to provide educational and humanitarian support to American Indians in need, living throughout the United States. Assists students by providing educational materials.
    Waseskun House
    Cree Canada - Eastern
    Waseskun House, incorporated in 1988, is a charitable, non-profit and non-political organization that operates the first and only totally Native community residential centre (CRC) in the province of Quebec for First Nations men.
    Washoe Tribe of California & Nevada
    Washoe US - Northwest
    The Washoe Tribe is a federally recognized Indian Tribe with 4 communities; 3 in Nevada. (Stewart, Carson, & Dresslerville), and 1 in California. (Woodfords).
    White Earth Land Recovery Project
    Anishinaabe US - Central
    The White Earth Land Recovery Project is a non-profit organization whose mission is to recover the original land base of the White Earth Reservation while preserving and restoring traditional practices of sound land stewardship, language fluency, community development, and strengthening our spiritual and cultural heritage. We also have an on-line store with mostly traditional food.
    Zibiodey River Heart Metis
    Metis US - Central
    The Zibiodey people are working to form a better Cultural atmosphere for Native american Indian people residing in Indiana and elsewhere."We are growing".




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