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American Indian Women's Service League
Founded in 1958 in Seattle, the American Indian Women's Service League (AIWSL) was the first organization in Seattle dedicated towards tackling the problems of urban Indians.

Chief Seattle Club
Seattle's Sacred Space for Homeless and At-Risk American Indian and Alaska Native People.

CIRI Corporation
The mission of CIRI is to promote the economic and social well-being and Alaska Native heritage of shareholders and their families.

Governor's Office of Indian Affairs
The Governor's Office of Indian Affairs, recognizing the importance of sovereignty, affirms the government-to-government relationship and principles identified in the Centennial Accord to promote and enhance tribal self-sufficiency and serves to assist the state in developing policies consistent with those principles.

Huchoosedah Indian Education Program
A federally funded program that assists Native American, Alaskan Naive and American Indian students in Seattle Public Schools grades K-12.

Longhouse Media
The mission of Longhouse Media is to catalyze Indigenous people and communities to use media as a tool for self-expression, cultural preservation, and social change.

Northwest Folklife
Northwest Folklife creates opportunities for individuals and communities of the Pacific Northwest to celebrate, share and sustain the vitality of folk, ethnic and traditional arts for present and future generations.

Northwest Native Basketweavers Association
Weaving the traditions and culture from the past with the present.

Potlatch Fund
A grantmaking foundation and leadership development organization serving Wasington, Idaho, Oregon and Western Montana

Red Eagle Soaring
Red Eagle Soaring's mission is to empower American Indian and Alaska Native youth through contemporary and traditional performing arts.

Sealaska Corporation
A corporation united by the collective vision of more than 17,300 Alaska Native Shareholders, primarily of the Tlingt, Haida and Tsimsian people.

Seattle Indian Health Board
The Seattle Indian Health Board (SIHB) is a non-profit, multiservice community health center chartered in 1970 to serve the healthcare needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives living in the greater Seattle/King County region of western Washington State.

Tillucum Village at Blake Island
Home of Seattle's World Famous Salmon


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