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  • Resource Database / Performance (Music, Dance, etc) / Non-Profit Organizations, Groups

    Resources: 5 listings
    Name and Description Nation Location
    Cherokee Cultural Society
    Cherokee US - Southeast
    The purpose of the Cherokee Cultural Society of Houston is to build community, to preserve Cherokee heritage, to perpetuate the Cherokee culture and to build the future of our people.
    Four Directions Talent Search
    Oneida US - Northeast
    The Four Directions Talent Search, recently launched by the Oneida Indain Nation and NBC, is seeking Indian actors, comedians and writers. The search is open to Native Americans/First Nation members in the U.S. and Canada.
    Lake Superior First Nations Development Trust
      Canada - Eastern
    Natural resource development and capacity building for Aboriginal People. Link to Megwekob Online, a magazine about Aboriginal Forestry in Canada, especially in Ontario's Northern Boreal Forest.
      US - Southwest
    Promoting the Awareness and Celebration of Indigenous Cultures and People and Creating a Sustainable Future
    Turtle Island Project website
    Chippewa US - Northeast
    The new Turtle Island Project is a non-profit located along Lake Superior in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. The Turetle Island project promotes respect for the culture and heritage of Indigenous Peoples - who among other things - have a lot to teach about protecting the environment. The Turtle Island Project has scheduled a series of free national and regional conferences. On the the Thursdays prior to each conference (7 p.m. ET) a Native American roudtable will be held and the agenda will be set soiley by First Nations and indigenous peoples. The schedule and details can be found on our website. Please contact the Turtle Island Project to help form agendas and all suggestions are welcome. The Turtle Island Project fights poverty, racism, teen suicide, domestic violence and sexual assault and other social ills.

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