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Attending an event is a great way to get involved with and learn more about Native Governance Center! We host a variety of events for different audiences throughout the year. Check out our events calendar below to learn more about and register for our upcoming events.

Sponsor an Event

Our event sponsorship program offers businesses, nonprofits, and individuals the chance to meet their goals and partner with an Indigenous-led, community-focused organization. Our program will help you:

  • Increase visibility among your target audiences and/or new audiences.
  • Gain a customized, unique opportunity to promote your brand.
  • Demonstrate your commitment to giving back to the community, especially to BIPOC-led organizations.
  • Reach your potential customers through a channel/platform they trust.

Want to learn more about sponsorship? Visit our sponsorships page.

Latest Past Events

Indigenous Representation Matters

For too long, many major institutions have excluded Indigenous people. Exclusion is harmful: it fuels invisibility, perpetuates negative stereotypes, and limits Indigenous communities' ability to thrive. Indigenous people are working […]

Give to the Max Day 2022

When the going gets ruff, Rez dogs are truly sovereignty's best friend Join us for our 2022 Give to the Max Day campaign featuring our best friends - Rez dogs! Systems […]

Event Resources

What is Native nation rebuilding?

The Native nation rebuilding framework helps Native nations thrive. In this video, we explain the framework and how to put it into action.

Wings with Wayne

Are you ready to turn up the heat? We’re excited to announce the launch of Wings with Wayne, the show where sovereignty gets spicy! In each episode, our executive director Wayne Ducheneaux II visits with an Indigenous changemaker from our region to explore what sovereignty means to them. And, true to the show’s title, they also enjoy some VERY hot wings.

Sovereignty and Outdoor Spaces Guide

All modern-day “public lands” are stolen Indigenous lands. Before you take your next outdoor adventure, educate yourself about the land you plan to visit and how to interact with the land respectfully.