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May 02, 2016 (478 days ago)
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Denver American Indian Commission Releases 2016 American Indian Resource Guide

The Denver American Indian Commission was formed in 2007 to improve communications 

between the Native community and the City & County of Denver. Nearly a decade and some 40 commissioners later, the DAIC continues to serve as an example of proactive civic engagement, where urban Indian concerns such as economic impact, social and cultural awareness and political equality are brought to the attention of city leadership through members of the Native community appointed by the Mayor.

To view the resource guide:  CLICK HERE!!!

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