In 1987, the Gay Head Wampanoags received federal recognition, the only tribe in Massachusetts to do so. Such recognition has been extremely important to the tribe, bringing with it the return of tribal lands, federal grants to build housing and administrative offices, and strengthening its rights to... Read more about Wampanoag Tribe of Gay Head (Aquinnah)
Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 26 June 2018.
Phone: 617-642-1683 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: http://www.mcnaa.org/ Description
The Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness, Inc. was founded by Burne Stanley in 1989. The primary purpose of the Center is to provide cultural, spiritual, and social services to the Native American Peoples of Massachusetts. Secondly, the Center promotes and preserves the cultural and traditional ways of the Native Americans of... Read more about Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness, Inc.
Information about this center is no longer updated. This data was last updated on 10 July 2018.
Phone: 617-232-0343 Email: email@example.com Website: http://www.naicob.org/ Activities
Founded in 1991 as a non-profit corporation, the Center provides services to the over 5,000 Native Americans in the Boston area. Current programs include a Job Training Partnership Association, a Vocational Social Services program, a Community Health Plan, Tecumseh House (a drop-in counseling facility for Native Americans with substance... Read more about North American Indian Center of Boston
Randy Luden scaled a mountain of boulders etched with dozens of petroglyphs that could be thousands of years old, hoping to get as close as possible to the records of a past civilization. The Las Vegas man didn’t think he was damaging the representations made by descendants of Mojave Indians because he was careful and wore...
The ACLU’s fight to stop a Texas school district from punishing a five-year old student for wearing his long hair in braids as an expression of his American Indian heritage and beliefs has drawn support from a diverse group of American Indian tribes and scholars, religious freedom organizations and representatives of a variety of faith traditions.