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American Indian Policy Institute

$800
1%
Raised toward our $50,000 Goal
2 Donors
Project has ended
Project ended on December 11, at 10:00 AM MST
Project Owners
Rank State Donors
1 AZ 1
1 WI 1
2 AA 0

Nicole Bowman, PhD

In Memory of Auntie Joan Marie Bowman-Rosenow and Grandma Hazel Bowman

Undisclosed Amount

Nov 19, 2019

Adrienne Green

In Honor of Morning Star

$50

Nov 18, 2019
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Data Clarity for MMIWG

Donate today to support MMIWG research!

The American Indian Policy Institute is beginning a new research endeavor called Data Clarity for MMIWG. The goal of the project is to create data visualizations to improve incident reporting and data collections regarding missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.

Help us raise money to hire a Public Interest Technologist, who will build a data visualization of issues of misreporting of incident records on missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls from tribal, state, and national systems.

$500

TFMC Registration Donation

In addition to supporting the Data Clarity for MMIWG Project...

Help us support individual tribal members to attend the TFMC training at ASU. AIPI, the Native American Finance Officers Association (NAFOA), and Thunderbird School of Global Management host the Tribal Financial Managers Certificate (TFMC) Program twice a year at ASU.

This 3-day intensive certificate training for tribal government financial management professionals provides in-depth training on tribal government finance, Indian law, taxation, and economic development. The registration cost is $1850 per person plus travel and hotel costs. Your donation will go towards a registration wavier for a tribal representative or a member designated by a tribe to attend either the June or December 2020 training.

$750

Research Advancement

Help us serve Native Nations by providing the data they need as they work towards digital equity and bridging the digital divide.

AIPI researchers are experts in telecommunications and emerging technology research for and about Native Nations. We advocate for tribes to have a seat at the table via tribally-driven research. Our 2019 Tribal Technology Assessment is the first study of its kind measuring individual user level access to broadband on tribal lands and reservations.

Your donations go towards tribally-driven and community-based research in order to gather needed data for grants and other tribal projects.

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