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AICH is connected to and supported by Native American, First Nations, Indigenous and Aboriginal peoples and organizations from all over the globe. While we aren’t a repository for all knowledge concerning Aboriginal people and culture, we try maintain a synergized dynamic between historical resources, culture-keepers, and experts as well as modern networks. There is no one answer to even the most simple of questions posed to the Indigenous community; fully understanding anything from culture is best learned by living that culture. The pan-indigenous community is not a monolith culture, and some tribes will have as much in common as Scotland to Buenos Aires. There are shared understandings and practices between all the tribes that live on Turtle Island (aka North America), but people are shaped by regions and environment as much as their history and beliefs. AICH is a connection to a living culture, as it is a concentration of several people who are leaders and representatives of many nations.