CONTACT: GinaMarie Scarpa 480-446-7052 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 1, 2010 NEW FACE OF NABI -NABI MORE THAN BASKETBALL!!! The NABI Foundation has received its 501 (c) (3) tax exempt status and the Foundation has officially been launched. The NABI Foundation, funded through a generous donation from Ak-Chin Indian Community, will now organize the events thatContinue reading “The New Face of NABI!”
During the week of the National Congress of American Indian’s Annual Conference, on November 16th, the Media Literacy Project, Center for Media Justice and Free Press will be hosting a townhall on the future of the Internet. This townhall is crucial to New Mexico and will have an impact on national Internet policy decisions. RightContinue reading “Future of the Internet Town Hall on November 16th, 2010”
AFP Fundamentals of Fundraising: Essential Skill Training for Non-profits in Rural & Native American Communities Friday, September 10, 2010 9AM – 4PM Moenkopi Legacy Inn Conference Center (opened April 2010) Junction Highways 264 & 160, Tuba City Member / Non-member – $50 10% discount to multiple registrants from same organization Topics will include: • OverviewContinue reading “Funamentals of Fundraising Essential Skill Training for Non-profits in Rural & Native American Communities”
WASHINGTON—November 5, 2009—National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) President Jefferson Keel (Chickasaw Nation Lieutenant Governor) introduced President Barack Obama today at the first annual White House Tribal Nations Conference. Below are President Keel’s remarks: “I have a great honor today, and I am humbled to be here on this historic day for Tribal Nations and for ourContinue reading “NCAI President Jefferson Keel Introduces President Barack Obama at White House Tribal Nations Conference”
Historic Opening in Conjunction with White House Tribal Nations Summit WASHINGTON—October 30, 2009—Tribal representatives from all corners of Indian Country will be joined by international dignitaries, Members of Congress, Administration officials and tribal supporters to officially open the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) Embassy of Tribal Nations in Washington, D.C. on Tuesday, Nov. 3.Continue reading “Tribal Leaders from Across Indian Country to Gather in Washington to Open Embassy of Tribal Nations”
Geoffrey Blackwell, Chair of the NCAI Telecom Subcommittee (on right) hosts a panel for the Telecom Subcommittee Meeting for NCAI in Palm Springs on Tuesday October 13, 2009. Participants included John Crigler, on behalf of Native Public Media; Matt Ratannan, on behalf of the Southern California Tribal Chairman’s Association, and representatives from the FCC.
The 2009 Dynamic Women of the Chickasaw Nation Conference and Forum hosted by the Chickasaw Nation Division of Arts and Humanities and East Central University Chickasaw Clemente Humanities Courses was held on April 16th, 2009 in Ada, Oklahoma. This first ever conference, in addition to the annual forum, was well received and those in attendanceContinue reading “Dynamic Women of the Chickasaw Nation 2009 Conference and Forum”
CONTACT: Patti Hibbeler; Phoenix Indian Center 602-264-6768 firstname.lastname@example.org The Phoenix Indian Center will host its 26th Annual Gala & Native American Art Auction, Saturday, April 4th at the Scottsdale Resort & Convention Center to raise funds for at-risk Native American families and kids. Patti Hibbeler, the Center’s CEO said,” Today’s economy, job layoffs, foreclosures andContinue reading “Phoenix Indian Center Gala: April 4th, 2009”
I will be heading out to support the ASU Art Museum at a “Street Party” fundraiser they are hosting this Saturday, April 4th from 4-8 at Lux coffee bar. My favorite art collective Postcommodity is participating! It should be an interesting art happening right in the heart of Phoenix!