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National Congress of American Indians (NCAI)

In order to secure to ourselves and our descendants the rights and benefits the traditional laws of our people to which we are entitled to as sovereign nations – from the Preamble to the Constitution of the National Congress of American Indians – Denver, Colorado – 1944  The Unified Voice of Indian Country Since 1944...

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National Congress of American Indians Policy Research Center

NCAI’s Policy Research Center is a national, non-profit think tank dedicated to generating research and policy analyses that advance tribal sovereignty and emphasizes the strengths of American Indian and Alaska Native cultures.

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University of New Mexico Center for Participatory Research

The Center for Participator Research supports networks of research with community partners addressing health inequities, through a participatory and partnered approach. CPR has partnered with IWRI on many of our research endeavors.

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