We began as a group of 4 Ojibwe artists who created a series of over 15 murals in partnership with over 500 community members over the course of 2019-2022. Our work has grown into an emerging nonprofit that’s currently fiscally sponsored until we officially incorporate as a 501(c)3 and hope to use our platform to bridge gaps in access to resources for Native artists. The vision of Aanjichigeng is to protect and maintain the site of the Chief Buffalo Memorial in partnership with responsibilities agreed upon with the City of Duluth, to continue to build ways of engaging with the history of Chief Buffalo and the Treaty of 1854, through public art, historical signage, and community engagement, and to celebrate contemporary Indigenous storytellers, leaders, artists, and community members, both descendants of Chief Buffalo and those who continue to work for the betterment of conditions for Native people in our region (Northeastern MN).
The American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) is a national nonprofit organization focused on substantially increasing the representation of Indigenous peoples of North America and the Pacific Islands in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) studies and careers.
The vision of AISES is for the next seven generations of Native people to be successful, respected, influential, and contributing members of our vast and ever-changing global community.
The Alliance for Felix Cove works to protect, restore and rematriate the ancestral Coast Miwok/Tamalko homelands of the Felix Family at Point Reyes National Seashore.
The Felix Family Home and Cove is an Indigenous site of resiliency embodying history, culture, science, and community. It is a place of healing, beauty, and creativity where Indigenous and all peoples can deepen their relationship to Mother Earth.
The Alutiiq Museum in celebrates the heritage and living culture of the Alutiiq/Sugpiaq people of southern coastal Alaska. Based in Kodiak, we also serve the rural villages of the Kodiak archipelago and members of the Alutiiq diaspora across the globe.
Our nationally-accredited museum has programs in cultural and language education, Native arts advocacy, collections research, and community-based archaeology. We serve as a regional repatriation coordinator to help our partner tribes bring ancestors home for reburial, and advocate to protect cultural sites.
Amah Mutsun Land Trust is a non-profit organization formed by the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, a non-federally recognized California Indian Tribe, to achieve the following vision:
-Conserve and restore Indigenous cultural and natural resources within the traditional territories of Indigenous Mutsun and Awaswas peoples.
-Steward our lands and waters; combining traditional resource and environmental management with contemporary approaches–ensuring a resilient future for all inhabitants of Popeloutchom and fulfilling our obligation to Creator.
-Research and teach the ways of nature—returning to the path of traditional ecological knowledge that our ancestors followed for thousands of years.
The American Indian Association of Illinois (AIAI) is a 16-year-old, urban based, Native led, Native serving,non-profit organization, dedicated to transforming American Indian communities through art, culture, education, social justice, advocacy, research, economic development, and education, founded in values grounded in Native culture, language, and history, fused with traditional Native knowledge, designed as a model to enhance all urban Native communities.
The American Indian Cancer Foundation (AICAF) is a national Native-led and Native-governed non-profit organization established to address the tremendous cancer burdens faced by Native people. AICAF strives to be a partner trusted by tribes and organizations, working toward effective and sustainable cancer solutions based on cultural teachings and wisdom.