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NAP Hosts Regional Listening Session with ATNI

NAP Hosts Regional Listening Session with Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians
Native Americans in Philanthropy (NAP) and the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI) are excited to host the first of 6 regional listening sessions for Tribal Nations beginning in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
The listening session will be held via Zoom on Tuesday, December 7 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm PT.
Tribal Nation Leaders and Professionals
Are you looking for more resources to support projects in your community? Join the NAP Tribal Nations Initiative listening sessions to discuss:
Funding priorities for Tribal NationsResources from the philanthropy sectorHow to meaningfully engage the philanthropy sectorResources, data and capacity buildingFocused initiatives in the environment, education and healthcareBuilding Tribal coalitions
Who: Tribal leaders, Tribal directors and program managers, Tribal grant writers, and Tribal grantseekers in Alaska, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington
Date: Tuesday, December 7, 2021Time: 1:00pm – 2:30pm Pacific Time
Why should Native communities engage with philanthropy?There are billions of untapped dollars that could support your community from the philanthropy sector. The philanthropy sector spent over $400 billion on various programs and initiatives in 2019, yet less than half of 1% of those funds went to support Native American communities. Through more awareness, education and collaboration we can improve our relationships with and access to the philanthropy sector.
What is NAP’s Tribal Nations Initiative?NAP’s Tribal Nations Initiative (TNI) supports a Native-led movement to bring Tribal Nations and the philanthropy sector together on one centralized platform. Beyond facilitating a space for connection and collaboration, TNI supports Native philanthropists across a spectrum, from established grant makers expanding their impact to those just beginning to explore the landscape. By building visibility, Tribal coalition building, identifying priorities, encouraging meaningful partnerships, developing strategic pathways and creating technical support systems, the TNI aims to indigenize giving, better connect the philanthropy sector, and direct more resources to support Native American communities.
How to stay up to date with TNI:For more information, click here to receive updates, sessions in your region, helpful resources and funding opportunities.For questions or more information, please email events@nativephilanthropy.org
Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians (ATNI)In 1953 farsighted tribal leaders in the Northwest formed the Affiliated Tribes of Northwest Indians and dedicated it to tribal sovereignty and self-determination. Today, ATNI is a nonprofit organization representing over 50 Northwest tribal governments from Oregon, Idaho, Washington, southeast Alaska, Northern California, and Western Montana. ATNI is an organization whose foundation is composed of the people it is meant to serve — the Indian peoples. Through its conferences, forums, networks, and alliances, ATNI intends to represent and advocate for the interests of its member Tribes to national Indian and non-Indian organizations and governments.

NOAA to Host Listening Sessions on Section 216(C) of the Executive Order on Tackling the Climate Crisis

NOAA is seeking public input in response to an Executive Order issued on January 27, 2021, titled Tackling the Climate Crisis at Home and Abroad. Section 216(c) of the Executive Order Directs NOAA to collect recommendations on how to make fisheries—including aquaculture—and protected resources more resilient to climate change, including changes in management and conservation measures, and improvements in science, monitoring, and cooperative research. NOAA requests written input on 216(c) from interested parties on how best to achieve the objectives of the as described in the Executive Order. Interested persons are invited to submit comments by email by April 2, 2021 to OceanResources.Climate@noaa.gov.

We are also hosting three national stakeholder calls—two are open to all stakeholders and one is specifically for state and tribal governments.

March 23, 2021: Conference call open to all stakeholders nationallyTime: 12:00 to 2:00p.m. ESTDial in: (888) 769-8793 (toll-free); or (212) 547-0306Passcode: 4379815#Time limit: 3 minutes per person; additional rounds as time allowsThis call will be recorded

March 25, 2021: Conference call open to all state and tribal governmentsTime: 1:30 to 3:00 p.m. ESTDial in: (877) 716-4288 (toll-free); or (312) 470-7386Passcode: 6268962#This call will be recorded

April 1, 2021: Conference call open to all stakeholders nationally
Time: 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. EST
Dial in: (800) 857-9693 (toll-free); or (630) 395-0354
Passcode: 5473603#Time limit: 3 minutes per person; additional rounds as time allows
This call will be recorded

Heather Sagar
Senior Policy Advisor
NOAA Fisheries | U.S. Department of Commerce

Northwest Regional Tribal Listening Session on Redesigning Child Welfare System

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Invitation to attend Northwest regional tribal listening session on redesigning child welfare system

March 23rd at 11:00am
Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82728076039

NICWA invites you to attend the National Indian Child Welfare Association’s (NICWA) listening session on redesigning child welfare systems on March 23 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm Pacific time. This listening session is intended for Northwest tribes. 

NICWA has been engaged in child welfare system redesign and reform work for some time and more recently been a part of discussions at the national level with other child advocacy organizations on the future of the child welfare system in the United States. Over the last few years we have come to better understand systemic racism and inequities in different systems and now advocates and policymakers are asking serious questions about fundamental changes that need to occur in child welfare systems. With support from Annie E Casey Foundation, NICWA will be hosting a series of regional and national listening sessions with tribal nations and urban Indian communities to better understand the experience and perspectives of Native people with regard to child welfare systems. Our goal is to provide participants with information on the current national discussions regarding child welfare redesign, opportunities to share your perspectives, identify the best ways to engage, and identify some initial ideas on where change is needed most. If you have any questions regarding how you can attend or the content, please email Betty Bryant at betty@nicwa.org. We hope to see you at the listening session! 

Best Regards,

David Simmons

Zoom Meeting Information to Join the Listening Session 

Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/82728076039 

Meeting ID: 827 2807 6039 

Dial by your location       
+1 669 900 6833 US (San Jose) Meeting ID: 827 2807 6039 

David Simmons, MSW | Director of Government Affairs and Advocacy
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National Indian Child Welfare Association