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From Dance to Sports, Art is Changing the Narrative in Wisconsin

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Since 1997, the Boys & Girls Club of Woodland in Neopit, Wisconsin, has been a meeting place and a resource for the Menominee Indian Reservation.... More

  • Chippewa Cree Making Good Progress on Ecological Stewardship Efforts

    In spring 2018, the Chippewa Cree Natural Resources Department was awarded a Mapping Ecological Stewardship Opportunities (MESO) grant from First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) through a project supported by generous funding from the Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies. The Chippewa … More

Emerging artists of the cohort attend a printmaking event with Rise Indigenous Survivance and Empowerment.

A Foundation of Support Keeps Art Thriving in Seattle

Beyond painting and weaving, beyond sculpting and carving, there is a business component behind art that is imperative for art to continue to be shared and valued. At the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation in Seattle, Washington, there is … More

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Grant Launches Native Intellectual Leadership Project

“We are honored and excited to partner with the Henry Luce Foundation to support the diverse array of knowledge makers and knowledge keepers in Native communities,” said Michael E. Roberts, President and CEO of First Nations Development Institute (First Nations), … More

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Titwáatit Gallery Boosting Colville Native Artists

When the front door opens, a chime rings and each visitor is greeted with the sound of Northern Plains drumming and the smell of freshly-burned sage. At first glance, a visitor might notice the intricate beadwork on a belt in … More

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