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Indigenous Language

Indigenous Language and Wellness

Cree Whelshula presented at the 2018 ANA Grantee Meeting, which was held on November 28-30, 2018, at the Double Tree by Hilton hotel in Crystal City, VA. This year’s theme was Grounded in Culture, Cultivating our Future.  “As native people we have always known our language and culture is very important. The argument for language […]

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Native American Business

Taking Native Business to the Next Level

A Native-owned company invented the Tanka Bar, a bison-meat bar based on the traditional Lakota dried bison mixture, wasna. But a non-Native competitor with a similar product swooped in and secured a $100 million deal with General Mills. In this program, we’ll talk about what Native businesses need to break through business barriers and what […]

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Native American Business

Native American Incentive Act

North American Indians are recognized with strong business advantages. These advantages are particularly marked in relation for government and private sector contracting, and there are many savvy planning options available. Native American businesses, tribal member owned enterprises and minority companies are in demand. All government contracts and most private corporations require a percentage (anywhere from […]

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Native American Culture

Service Learning Incorporating Native American Values

Service learning is a unique combination of academics and community service. Service learning activities are thoughtfully prepared to both benefit others and purposefully incorporate subject areas like mathematics, science, reading/writing, etc. In a study published by the University of Nebraska, service learning was found to positively impact children in various capacities. This type of learning […]

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