The Indigenous Association
Connecting, uniting, and strengthening the Fargo-Moorhead Indigenous Community.
Join the Fargo-Moorhead Indigenous Association this month at the Native American Community Picnic August 7th, 11:00-4:00 and for Pride in the Park August 14th.
The Community picnic will feature loads of free food (with vegetarian and kosher options available), two bands, Matty J. & Friends and Hiahli. along with a DJ. Games Galore is setting up a bouncy house for the kids and we will have corn hole set up for your enjoyment. Masks and hand sanitizer will be provided on-site.
Pride in the Park is sure to be a great time! Stop by our table and get information about upcoming fall programming!
The Indigenous Association, in partnership with the City of Moorhead, have started planning for the 2021 Indigenous Peoples Day celebration. Each year the City of Fargo and the City of Moorhead take turns hosting the event. Stay tuned for upcoming announcements and opportunities to participate in Indigenous Peoples Day hosted in Moorhead Monday, October 11, 2021.
The Gladys Ray Award was created in honor of Gladys Shingobe Ray. In her family’s words, she was a dedicated lifelong human rights advocate and volunteer, who served her community through involvement in many organizations and by assisting in the development of many programs. She advocated for all people, especially American Indians, children, and the homeless. She served as a mentor and advisor to many individuals and for many projects. Gladys was devoted to sharing her love, wisdom and strength with all of her family, friends and all she knew.
Congratulations to the 2020 Gladys Ray Award Winner, Melody Staebner! We will be providing a link for the 2021 nomination form soon, stay tuned!
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