Upcoming Events

Events

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.

Blood Quantum and Sovereignty

Join us virtually for a beginner-level discussion focused on why blood quantum is controversial, as well as how it came to be used as an enrollment and citizenship criteria for Native nations.

#SpringSustainer Campaign

Become a #SpringSustainer. Help us make an impact. Spring is our busiest season: we're delivering governance workshops for Native nations, hitting the road for in-person trainings with our Rebuilders, releasing […]

Sovereignty and Outdoor Spaces

Interest in outdoor recreation surged during the COVID-19 pandemic; today, the number of Americans adventuring outdoors continues to grow. Unfortunately, the outdoor recreation industry and the mainstream conservation movement have […]

Event Resources

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.

Data Sovereignty Event Recording

In a post-Roe world, concerns about the erosion of healthcare privacy are on the rise. "Indigenous Data Sovereignty in a Post-Roe World" demonstrates how data sovereignty can be used as a way to increase Indigenous health outcomes and protect sensitive health information.

The 2020 Census at Red Lake Nation

The census has a dismal record of undercounting certain population groups, in particular Native Americans residing on reservations. The 2020 census faced two unprecedented challenges: the COVID-19 pandemic and political interference by the Trump administration. For Native communities across the country, the result was a net undercount of 5.64%. At Red Lake Nation in northwestern Mni Sota Makoce (Minnesota), however, through outstanding leadership and a series of actions that embody Native nation rebuilding principles, Red Lake Nation achieved a count of 100% of known housing units.