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Category Archives: Humanitarian

Redskins Trademark: #ProudToBe

The Washington Redskins football team has lost its trademark for its team name. Change the Mascot is urging everyone to encourage a name change and a mascot change for the Redskins.

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Native American Film Series: “Tiger Eyes”

In the movie “Tiger Eyes,” the story goes from loss to love and a clear understanding that no one person is alone. It is part of a series of films featuring Native actors and presented on the National Relief Charities Blog.

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Native Chiefs & Leaders: Black Elk

What we can learn from the life and quotes of Oglala Lakota holy man Black Elk. Discussed by Murray Lee, a blogger for National Relief Charities.

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Assayii Lake Fire: Over but Ongoing

National Relief Charities responded to the needs of the Assayii Lake fire on the Navajo reservation.

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National Powwow XVI in Review

The National Powwow shared with the community the culture of American Indians nationwide, but also was a great way for AIEF to explain how we assist the American Indians on the reservations with scholarships and other aid.

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National Powwow XVI

National Relief Charities is proud to be a premier sponsor at the National Powwow this year.

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Obama’s Vision for Standing Rock & Native Youth

President Obama has a vision for the Standing Rock reservation youth to strengthen education and provide more job opportunities.

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Native Chiefs & Leaders: Crazy Horse

Crazy Horse was “a gentle warrior, a true brave, who stood for the highest ideal of the Sioux.” He was not a rash, hotheaded warrior who wanted revenge at every possible turn… he wanted the best for his people

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President Obama Visits the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe

President Obama and the First Lady will be visiting the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to meet with tribal leaders and Native youth about the poverty they face and to announced new initiatives related to tribal economies and education.

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Native American Film Series: “Rez Bomb”

The Native American film, “Rez Bomb,” is a tale of love and crises on the Pine Ridge Reservation. The story features Native American actors and centers around an unlikely couple, a young Lakota woman and a young man from an affluent white family.

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