18 January 2021
Of the topics explored were issues of identity, the environment and climate change, women as culture bearers and leaders in the arts, and the intersection of art and social justice issues affecting Indigenous communities. [...] On the last day of the opening events, NACF presented a panel discussion focused on Native Hawaiian artists working at the cross-section of art and social justice efforts affecting Indigenous communities of the Hawaiian Islands. [...] One of bark and quill-work design— an art form and skill of vital our events titled, Environmental Collapse: Native Perspectives on the Land, importance to the Ojibwe in the Protection, and Stewardship tackled challenges that Native communities Upper Midwest. [...] The NNP Thanks to the grant award, our project awards are part of NACF’s community now consists of more Community Inspiration Program advocates and students who consistently request phrases and words to include in (CIP), that recognizes both urban their language journey and strengthening and rural Native artists and their sense of identity. [...] Restoration of the Spirit, The Klamath Tribes NACF partnered with the Confederated Tribes CULTURAL PRESERVATION of Warm Springs as part of the Native Nation Partnerships (NNP) project awards.