Info
May 24, 2018 (365 days ago)
105 Views
0 Subscribers
Colorado, United States
All News by Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
Related News
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today announced the selection of 21 American Indian organizations and tribes, in 15 states from Hawaii to Massachusetts, to receive grants through its Native Youth and Culture Fund (NYCF) for the 2018-19 funding cycle. The grants total $400,000. (read more)
269 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
From 2015 to 2017, First Nations Development Institute (First Nations), under its Native Agriculture and Food Systems Initiative (NAFSI), awarded 46 grants to Native communities for food-related projects, as well as funding for two important conferences (read more)
318 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) today announced the 12 inaugural grantees under the first year of its three-year Native Language Immersion Initiative (NLII). Each grantee receives $90,000 in funding (read more)
321 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
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)
329 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
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)
331 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
Description

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.” The well-known culinary artist was referring to efforts that Native American communities are actively pursuing in order to reclaim their traditional foods, diets and systems – as well as return to traditional nutrition and well-being – which is broadly called the “Native food movement.” This earnest rebuilding comes after hundreds of years of colonialism that sought to eliminate America’s original inhabitants through many means.

Photos
Other News in this Category
City and County of Denver announced the move of the Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) program from the Denver Office of Economic Development’s Division of Small Business Opportunity (DSBO) to Denver International Airport (DEN). (read more)
100 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
Join RMICC in welcoming new Voting Board Member, Kelly Reyos (Ute Indian Tribe). (read more)
119 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
Join RMICC in welcoming new Voting Board Member, Joel Smith, member of Caddo Nation and Sr VP/Chief Credit Officer of Native American Bank. (read more)
122 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC
An enrolled member of the Delaware Tribe of Indians and the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, Ms. Compton holds a J.D. from the University of Denver, Sturm College of Law, and a B.A. from the College of the Holy Cross. (read more)
122 days ago · From Pearlene Sanchez
RMICC

Back to Top