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Campo Kumeyaay Nation


The Campo Indian Reservation is home to the Campo Band of Diegueno Mission Indians, a federally recognized tribe of Kumeyaay people in San Diego County, California. The tribe owns and operates the Golden Acorn Casino, the Golden Grill Restaurant, the Del Oro Deli, and a travel center, all located in Campo. Visit Site

Inter Tribal Sports


ITS Unifying tribal youth and communities through structured athletic programs. ITS envisions all Native communities involved in quality organized events and enriching programs, and is committed to ensuring all partcipants have necessary resources and facilities. ITS provides athletic opportunities and values education, in conjunction with cultural, physical, mental, and spiritual development. ITS furnishes youth and

American Indian College Fund, Tribal Colleges


The American Indian College Fund transforms Indian higher education by funding and creating awareness of the unique, community-based accredited Tribal Colleges and Universities, offering students access to knowledge, skills, and cultural values which enhance their communities and the country as a whole. The Fund disburses approximately 6,000 scholarships annually for American Indian students seeking to

American Indian Graduate Center


The American Indian Graduate Center is a national organization headquartered in Albuquerque, New Mexico providing educational assistance to American Indian and Alaska native graduate students throughout the country. Since its founding in 1969, AIGC has awarded more than 15,000 scholarships totaling over $44 million to graduate students in all fields of study. Visit Site

Pala Skatepark


The Pala Skatepark was established in April 2008 and provides skateboarders with a safe, fun place to skateboard. The park was designed by award-winning skatepark designer, Wally Hollyday. Features include: rails, drops, ramps and a carved out bowl modeled after an abandoned pool, a favorite of local skateboarders in the 80s and 90s. The Pala

UC American Indian Counselors & Recruiters Association


The University of California American Indian Counselors & Recruiters Association (UCAICRA) was developed in 1976. The goal of the association was to act as a system wide work group designed to provide informational outreach services to the American Indian communities throughout the state targeting students, families, counselors and the community at large. Historically, the association

University of California Davis


In the Native American Studies Department, we conceive and practice the humanities and social sciences as an enterprise of creativity in diversity and the constant search for social justice and cultural democracy. Scholarly rigor and theoretical clarity must be accompanied by an attentive gaze to the needs of the Native American communities to whom we

American Indian Advisory Council


The American Indian Advisory Council began in 1998, a collaboration between California’s American Indian community and the Department of Rehabilitation. Our mission is to inform, empower, and link American Indians with physical and/or mental challenges, to culturally sensitive resources to aid in preparing for and engaging in employment. Goals: Share information about California’s Native American

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