Upcoming events are regularly posted on our Facebook feed and posted further below on this page.
March 26, 2023
Happy spring! I have enclosed pictures from my last week in Salliut, Nunavik-Northern Québec, where I have been conducting TB research prevention with Inuit community members. What amazing people and their homeland so pure and good. Nakurmiik-Pidamiya-Thank you! ... See MoreSee Less
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March 8, 2023
Dear AICH-Happy International Women's Day! We are proud to celebrate our diverse matriarchal societies and also pay homage to MMIW-P.
Also Please see attached photos from Kangiqsualjjuaq, Nunavik Northern-Québec where I am working on a TB prevention research project for Inuit community members and RI-MUHC. It's been an amazing opportunity to work with this positive and vibrant community. Nakurmiik! ... See MoreSee Less
March 3, 2023
The American Indian Community House hosted a beautiful memorial service last Thursday, Feb 23, 2023 to commemorate the horrible slaughter of Lenape People in 1643.
The ceremony, held at Corlears Hook Park at the intersection of Jackson and Cherry Streets in Lower Manhattan, opened with prayer and burning sage and offering tobacco offered by AICH ED Geboe. Next a Land Acknowledgement and words of welcome was led by AICH Board Member George Willis Stonefish, Delaware Nation, Moravian of the Thames First Nation.
In attendance were also Chief Dwight Perry of the Raamapo Lenape Native American Tribe and Chiefs Urie Ridgeway and Bruce Mann of the Nanticoke Lenni-Lenape Tribal Nation.
AICH provided a memorial giveaway and other cultural and human rights institutions and organizations were present as well as AICH Youth Council members. Activities concluded with a lunch at a local Spanish restaurant on and Grand street.
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An effort to revive the Lakota language comes to Manhattan this weekend ... See MoreSee Less
An effort to revive the Lakota language comes to Manhattan this weekendThe Native American language faces extinction without intervention.