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The American Indian Community House (AICH) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization serving the health, social service, and cultural needs of Native Americans residing in New York City.
The American Indian Community House (AICH) is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization serving the health, social service, and cultural needs of Native Americans residing in New York City.

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Every year, December 10th is 'Human Rights Day', and on that day at 10am North Dakota time, a world-wide prayer for Standing Rock took place. Hundreds of Thousands of people prayed around the world. Organizers of this global moment say that it is " a true sign of spiritual resilience to be grateful when times are hard."

#waterislife   #nodapl   #standwithstandingrock   #nativeamerican  

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when i visit your grave in saskatoon, i see the face of kozaruk on the prairie scene, fatteninginsuburbia & here you are, with a rag-tag little monument made of sticks & leaves, stems from jackrabbits, that seem to visit often, a little blue ribbon, god knows from who & a sad little brown boy

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Thursday December 15, 2016
7-10 pm

This holiday potluck is for everyone in the AICH Community and Friends! The theme for this year is Rainbows! Dress as colorful as possible! Come share and enjoy the family festivities!

The GLBT Project, Inc. in collaboration with The American Indian Community House would like to invite you to "A Rainbow Christmas" a holiday event for kids 1-92!

This is a potluck dinner so bring your favorite dishes to share! Desserts are welcomed too :)

Toys will be given out to those children that attend, there will also be a sale of raffle tickets to win a pair of handmade beaded medallion hair ties made by Claudette Bryant of the Shinnecock Nation.

There is a limited amount of tickets so get yours soon. We hope to see you there!
Reserve your tickets with the link below!

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