Tunica-Biloxi Tribe Chicago Branch Office

Tunica-Biloxi Tribe Chicago Branch Office Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana's Chicago Branch

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11/25/2021

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Today, NCAI expresses our appreciation to all of #IndianCountry! To the tribal leaders, supporters, friends, relatives, and neighbors, thank you to those who stand with us in our mission to protect sovereign rights and improve the quality of life for Native peoples.

11/23/2021

Join us TBED Students in LA, TX, IL on Saturday December 11, 2021 from 10AM - 12PM CST for the Gingerbread House Workshop!

11/19/2021

AIHSC & St Kateri would like to invite you to attend an indoor Round Dance Saturday, November 20th. We will return to St Benedict Ackerman Center/Beaven Hall, located at 2215 W. Irving Park Rd. (Corner of Irving Park and Bell). Please share with your network!

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11/16/2021

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Join AISES and Salesforce tomorrow NOV 17 at 4pm MST for the webinar American Indians in Tech: Contributions, Successes, and Experiences in the technology industry. Register for the webinar at https://bit.ly/3kAkD60! #ThinkIndian #NativeAmerican #NativeInTech

The Heart of ICWA: Fawn
11/08/2021
The Heart of ICWA: Fawn

The Heart of ICWA: Fawn

Data, history, and countless heartbreaking personal stories show that Native families in crisis need ICWA to protect vulnerable children from the harm of bei...

11/04/2021
Join us in celebrating and uplifting Native/Indigenous voices with Chicago Public Library in November. This year, we cel...
11/02/2021
Events | Chicago Public Library

Join us in celebrating and uplifting Native/Indigenous voices with Chicago Public Library in November. This year, we celebrate (Re)Taking Up Space, inviting all to listen to our guest speakers talk about unceded lands, celebrate representation and inclusion in contemporary media and learn more about important issues such as the movement for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People.

Explore upcoming events at Chicago Public Library

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11/02/2021

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Join the NCAI Working Group on Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women for a virtual meeting! Receive the latest updates from federal partners and discuss ongoing efforts to combat the #MMIW crisis.

📅 Wednesday, Nov. 3
⏰ 4:00 p.m. EDT

Register now: https://bit.ly/3jZOLYi

Set up an appointment for in home vaccinations!
10/25/2021

Set up an appointment for in home vaccinations!

The 7G Foundation, in partnership with the Minnesota Vikings, will host the 4th Indigenous Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium on ...
10/21/2021

The 7G Foundation, in partnership with the Minnesota Vikings, will host the 4th Indigenous Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday, December 5. The game began in 2017 and creates opportunities for Native American athletes to compete at a high level, instills the values needed for multigenerational change and develops the next generation of leaders in their communities.

High school football players are chosen to compete in the game through an application process open to members of federally recognized tribes across the United States. Players can submit applications by Nov. 1 at www.indigenousbowl.com.

“We are proud of our long term support and partnership with the Native American community in Minnesota,” said Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf. “We look forward to hosting the Indigenous Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium and to welcoming these players, coaches and fans to our community.”

“The 7G Foundation is excited to partner with the Minnesota Vikings and the NFL to create new opportunities for Native athletes and to inspire them to build a better tomorrow,” said 7G Foundation Board Member Michael Stopp. “This partnership will provide avenues for young Natives to pursue their goals and showcase their talents on and off the football field.”

The 7G Foundation, in partnership with the Minnesota Vikings, will host the 4th Indigenous Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday, December 5. The game began in 2017 and creates opportunities for Native American athletes to compete at a high level, instills the values needed for multigenerational change and develops the next generation of leaders in their communities.

High school football players are chosen to compete in the game through an application process open to members of federally recognized tribes across the United States. Players can submit applications by Nov. 1 at www.indigenousbowl.com.

“We are proud of our long term support and partnership with the Native American community in Minnesota,” said Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf. “We look forward to hosting the Indigenous Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium and to welcoming these players, coaches and fans to our community.”

“The 7G Foundation is excited to partner with the Minnesota Vikings and the NFL to create new opportunities for Native athletes and to inspire them to build a better tomorrow,” said 7G Foundation Board Member Michael Stopp. “This partnership will provide avenues for young Natives to pursue their goals and showcase their talents on and off the football field.”

Photos from Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council Promotores de Salud's post
10/19/2021

Photos from Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council Promotores de Salud's post

ERA Assistance | Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana
10/15/2021
ERA Assistance | Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana

ERA Assistance | Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana

The Tunica-Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana is here to help our Tribal Citizens for relief of eviction related to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  The Housing Department is currently assisting all members who are experiencing difficult situations related to rental payments, utility payments, and past due notices d...

10/11/2021

Happy Indigenous Peoples' Day! Celebrate and learn more about why this day is so important by joining these online events today

More Info: http://mitchellmuseum.org/ipd2021/

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10/11/2021

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Happy Indigenous Peoples' Day/Native American Day! Learn more about this special day and the need to eradicate Columbus Day: http://ow.ly/jBz350GhZrz

Check out the new News Letter from the Education Department!
10/05/2021

Check out the new News Letter from the Education Department!

THIS WEEKEND! Masks given out at the gate, Rapid Covid testing on-site, they will have vaccines available to anyone who ...
10/05/2021

THIS WEEKEND! Masks given out at the gate, Rapid Covid testing on-site, they will have vaccines available to anyone who wishes to be vaccinated, over 100 gallons of hand sanitizer throughout the event, several hand washing stations, encourage all to remain masked as we follow the CDC and Chicago guidelines for social distancing.

American Indian Center - Chicago is proud to present our 68th Annual Powwow!
* October 8-10, 2021
*Tickets will be $15, Seniors/Children/Military $10, Children under 5 FREE
Weekend Passes Available- Adult $35, Seniors/Children/Military $22

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10/05/2021

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Environmental catastrophes can have an impact on people, ecosystems, and economies. Read NCAI President Fawn Sharp's full statement on the recent California oil spill: https://buff.ly/3a7T52o

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09/30/2021

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The FAFSA opens OCT 1, so we're getting parents & students ready with the best advice! Join us TONIGHT, at 6pm MDT, for info on applying for aid, and WIN GREAT PRIZES at bit.ly/3lFToa7 #ThinkIndian #NativeAmerican #FAFSA #FinancialAid

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09/20/2021

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The FAFSA opens OCT 1, so we're getting parents & students ready with the best advice! Join us SEPT 30, at 6pm MDT, for info on applying for aid, and WIN GREAT PRIZES at bit.ly/3lFToa7 #ThinkIndian #NativeAmerican #FAFSA #FinancialAid

09/15/2021

St. Kateri and AIHSC co-host this Pow Wow event to remember the victims and survivors of residential schools. Invited Drums, All Dancers Welcome!, Arts & Crafts Vendors, Native Food are part of this FREE event! This event precedes the memorial for Every Child Matters and Orange Shirt Day on September 30th. Bunker Hill's Grove 1 will be the physical location of festivities. Bring your lawn chairs! Park has restroom facilities. Plenty of parking. Masks encouraged. Grand Entry at 1pm. MC: Mark Denning. Guest Speaker: Siobhan Marks – Ojibwe. Sponsors are not responsible for accidents, injuries, or stolen property. Alcohol and drugs are not permitted in or around the powwow.

09/09/2021
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09/08/2021

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Photos from Tunica-Biloxi Language & Culture Revitalization Program's post
09/02/2021

Photos from Tunica-Biloxi Language & Culture Revitalization Program's post

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08/19/2021

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08/09/2021

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If you have reservations about the start of the school 🏫 year for your child, check out Project Safe Schools. Developed by Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health, Project Safe Schools was developed to keep children and schools safe from #COVID19. Visit the link in our bio for information about school testing, social media posts for schools to promote testing, ebooks and other materials for youth, and videos encouraging vaccination. #SafeSchools #NativeAmericanHealth #IndigenousHealth

08/02/2021

American Indian Center - Chicago is proud to present our 68th Annual Powwow!
* October 8-10, 2021
*Tickets will be $15, Seniors/Children/Military $10, Children under 5 FREE
Weekend Passes Available- Adult $35, Seniors/Children/Military $22

Tunica-Biloxi COVID-19 Economic Rescue Program for Tribal-Member Businesses | Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana
07/27/2021
Tunica-Biloxi COVID-19 Economic Rescue Program for Tribal-Member Businesses | Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana

Tunica-Biloxi COVID-19 Economic Rescue Program for Tribal-Member Businesses | Tunica Biloxi Tribe of Louisiana

Tunica-Biloxi Tribe announces the new Tunica-Biloxi COVID Economic RescueProgram for Tribal-Member Businesses. Qualifying applicants may be eligible foreconomic support and/or reimbursement of costs in connection with the COVID-19 publichealth emergency. Because funding is limited, a qualifying appl...

Still need your Covid-19 Vaccines?  interested in the  Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccination or the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vac...
07/19/2021
07.22 Back of the Yard Neighborhood Council

Still need your Covid-19 Vaccines? interested in the Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccination or the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccination

Protect Chicago is partnering with the Back of the Yards Neighborhood Council and will be at 4500 S Laflin St, Chicago, IL 60609

July 22nd, 2021
Begin: 4 p.m.
End: 7 p.m.

ANYONE UNDER 18 MUST HAVE A PARENT OR GUARDIAN WITH THEM TO SIGN CONSENT.

No Government issued ID or insurance required.

Sign up below!

https://events.juvare.com/IL-IDPH/enxqb/931356/

July 22nd, 2021

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