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Go to Alli Moran: Improving Quality of Life

Alli Moran: Improving Quality of Life

For Rebuilder Alli Moran, cultivating a Native nation rebuilding movement looks like improving quality of life for her fellow Tribal citizens. Alli’s lifelong interest in… Read More

Go to Lydell Merrick: Inspiring the next generation

Lydell Merrick: Inspiring the next generation

This is part of an ongoing series focused on the Native nation rebuilding movement. Our Rebuilders, graduates of our Indigenous leadership program, are… Read More

Go to Bringing the rebuilding movement to life

Bringing the rebuilding movement to life

Here at Native Governance Center, we talk a lot about working to cultivate a Native nation rebuilding movement. We see this movement leading… Read More

Go to What’s new in Mni Sota Makoce?

What’s new in Mni Sota Makoce?

Our executive director shares his thoughts on what recent state-level changes mean for Indigenous people and nations, and provides action steps you can take to advocate for further improvements. Read More

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Our New Values

Earlier this year, we redesigned our organizational values. (You can find them here.) We love how clear, concise,… Read More

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Indigenous Wealth Building Resources

We held a virtual event on Indigenous wealth building, “Healing Our Future: Indigenous Wealth Building for Seven Generations,” in October 2021. These resources are based on our event content; we are grateful to our presenters for sharing their insight with us.  Read More

Go to Tribal Elections and Voting 101

Tribal Elections and Voting 101

Tribal elections rarely receive mainstream media attention, yet they have important implications for all of us. Having knowledge of how Native nations govern makes it easier to advocate for Tribal sovereignty and build relationships with Native people and nations. Read on for an introductory look at how Tribal elections work and why they matter. Read More

Go to Beyond Land Acknowledgment: A Guide

Beyond Land Acknowledgment: A Guide

It’s easy for land acknowledgments to become yet another form of optical allyship. Instead of spending time on a land acknowledgment statement, we recommend creating an action plan highlighting the concrete steps you plan to take to support Indigenous communities into the future. This guide can help. Read More