Stand With Us

November is Native American Heritage Month – an opportunity to not only celebrate who we are and where we come from, but also the future and where we are going. As our friend and ally, we invite you to join us! There has never been a better or more important time to deepen your knowledge of Native issues, to honor the contributions of our people, to confront the darker parts of our past, or to use your voice to amplify ours! So many people are already doing this and in doing so, are helping ensure a future of greater equity for Native people is on the horizon. Read on to discover the many ways you can celebrate more, know more, share more, and do more with and for Native peoples this Native American Heritage Month!


Explore ways to celebrate together

There are many ways to immerse yourself in Native culture and appreciation. From social dances to a virtual book club with our President and CEO, Cheryl Crazy Bull, everything you need is below. We have also included resources like discussion guides and videos to create a rich and interactive experience.


Learn a traditional Native Social Dance from celebrated musician, Martha Redbone.

Acknowledge The Land

Learn what it means to recognize the true history of the land you’re on and how you can be an ally to Native people.

Facebook Challenge

Join our Walk-and-Learn challenge to meet new people and fundraise on behalf of Native students.

This is Indian Country

A surprising new campaign that seeks to shed light on the inaccurate history we’ve been taught to accept.


Nourish your heart and soul with these recipes from blogger Alana Yazzie, the Fancy Navajo!


Travel into the mind of contemporary Native writers and walk alongside them as they share their stories with you.


Celebrate Native artists and allies in this collection of joyful expression. Hear performances from Taboo, Indigo Girls, and many more.


Binge watch TV shows and Movies that truthfully represent Native voices.

Additional Resources

Want more? Head here to learn more from other notable and reputable Native organizations.

Earn an education, change the world

Each story below is grounded in real-life needs that exist today. And our scholarship recipients have big dreams and inspiring goals to help solve them and move their communities forward.

The Time Is Now

Right now, 31% of Native Americans are 24 years old or younger. Increasing our investment in education in this moment in time will change lives by creating more doctors, lawyers, educators, healthcare workers, engineers and scientists. A diverse, balanced workforce ensures stronger, healthier, sustainable Native communities.

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