CCUIH is dedicated to increasing visibility of Urban Indians not only to bring knowledge of Urban Indian issues to the public and policy decision-makers, but also to build a sense of belonging for Urban Indians through reflections of self, wellness and community in healthcare settings and online.
How the program contributes to peace and social consciousness:
Their program Traditions of Health Project advancing the cultural revitalization efforts of Urban Indian communities in California by hosting healing circles with Traditional Healers, elders, and youth to lead discussions in traditional protocol for healing and peace in the Urban Indian community.
How we Collaborated:
April McGill, Director of Community Partnerships at CCUIH in collaboration with our 2016-2017 grantee, The Cultural Conservancy facilitated the Water Prayer Gathering at El Polin Springs in San Francisco.
In 2017, April and other colleagues from CCUIH attended and actively participated at several peaceful world conversations and events including the 2017 Autumnal Gathering and the 2017 Picnic for Peace in the Presidio where they elaborated on their organization’s mission.
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