A Policy Blueprint for Urban Indian America

NUIFC National Policy Report: “Making the Invisible Visible: A Policy Blueprint for Urban Indian America”
As the majority of the American Indian/Alaska Native population living off the reservation climbs above three-fourths of the total U.S. Native American population, the need for dedicated urban Indian policy is long overdue. The National Urban Indian Family Coalition has dedicated the last three years to conducting a project to provide Urban Indian America a voice by reaching out to communities and institutions that respond to the needs of urban Indian families: the nonprofit sector of urban Indian support organizations. The result is a new national report titled Making the Invisible Visible: A Policy Blueprint for Urban Indian America.

Based on the responses from urban Native community leaders, nonprofit organization representatives and policymakers from 11 major U.S. cities, the NUIFC has crafted this policy blueprint to address the significant disparities experienced by this largely invisible group.

    • Buffalo, New York
    • Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    • Minneapolis / St Paul, Minnesota
    • Chicago, Illinois
    • San Antonio, Texas
    • Albuquerque, New Mexico
    • Los Angeles, California
    • Bay Area, California
    • Denver, Colorado
    • Seattle, Washington


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