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A recently-concluded project aimed at improving nutrition and helping alleviate hunger for Native American children has proven highly successful, according to a new report by First Nations Development Institute (First Nations). (read more)
18 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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Groundbreaking Research Reveals America’s Attitudes, Public Perceptions and Dominant Narratives about Native People and Native Issues, and Provides Opportunities for “Reclaiming Native Truth” (read more)
20 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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By Lance Tallmadge (Ho-Chunk) Fitness Specialist at Ho-Chunk House of Wellness Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin (Lance is the father of Kendall Tallmadge, who is First Nations Development Institute’s Lead Grants Officer.) (read more)
33 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) has received a $150,000 grant from RISE for Boys and Men of Color that aims to significantly increase available knowledge about entities that serve Native American boys and young men (read more)
48 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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An opinion article by Raymond Foxworth (at right), First Nations Development Institute's Vice President of Grantmaking, Development and Communications, was posted yesterday on the website of the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy. (read more)
54 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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Gather Film Studies Restoration of Native American Food Systems - Native American Chef Nephi Craig (White Mountain Apache/Navajo) sums it up simply: “Now we’re on the other side of the apocalypse.” (read more)
54 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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Denver International Airport (DEN) will continue its “Events at DEN” series this summer with the return of FREE mini golf on the airport’s spectacular open-air plaza. This year’s custom 18-hole mini golf course will include new challenging holes and obstacles. (read more)
56 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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By Kristin Jones There was a time—still in memory for some people living in Denver—when housing policies and practices weren’t pushing people of color out of Five Points, but hemming them in. In the 1940s, Denver faced a housing crisis (read more)
61 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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Public meetings to also highlight proposed expansion plans for Denver’s Affordable Housing Fund (read more)
77 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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Of the more than 5 million American Indian/Alaska Natives living in the US, 71 percent reside in urban communities—a majority that grew by 1 million people between 2000 and 2010. (read more)
97 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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A top U.S. opioid distributor is pointing fingers at the government for the deluge of prescription painkillers that have poured into Native American communities at alarmingly high rates. (read more)
97 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
Some college students head to Cancun for spring break to experience the raucous atmosphere of one of Mexico’s most popular party destinations. (read more)
105 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
RMICC
One of the first projects to receive funding from Denver’s dedicated affordable housing fund broke ground today in a ceremony attended by city officials, including Mayor Michael B. Hancock, and Dominium, a Minneapolis-based leading apartment owner, (read more)
106 days ago · From Shadana Sultan
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