While $5.4 billion is awarded in grants across the United States, less than 1% of the philanthropic grants are awarded to American Indian concerns (many of them administered by non­Native institutions) and the scant funding that reaches Native non­profits is almost entirely dedicated to dependancy issues such as alcoholism, drug addiction and homelessness. Virtually no grants go toward positive interventions, such as cultural empowerment, arts and media.

RED NATION CELEBRATION INSTITUTE
http://www.rednation.com/membership-levels/

NATIVE YOUTH MATTER – If I Can See It I Can Be It
http://www.rednation.com/red-nation-film-preservation/

RED NATION TELEVISION NETWORK – THE WORLD IS WATCHING. NATIVE IS HERE
http://rednationtv.com/donate/

To learn more about Red Nation Celebration Institute, American Indian non-profit organization based in Los Angeles, since 1995.  Please visit: http://www.rednation.com/about/

Thank you in advance for your generosity.

With Respect
Joanelle Romero
Executive Producer/Founder/President
Red Nation Celebration Institute

AMPAS Member.

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