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Native American Heritage Month: Essential Readings from the First Nations Development Institute

First Nations Development Institute (First Nations) is a Native American-controlled nonprofit organization who's mission is to strengthen American Indian economies to support healthy Native communities. First Nations plays an important role in advocating for and providing training and grant support to Native community organizations.
First Nations.pngFor Native American Heritage Month, the staff at First Nations have compiled a list of essential reading for those interested in the Native experience. The list includes categories such as History, Politics, Culture, Imagery, Novels/Fiction, Reference Books, Academic Journals, Legal Resources and more.

To view the Native American Heritage Month Reading Recommendations by First Nation click here.

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