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NCUIH acknowledges that our national office and nearby activities are situated on the traditional homelands of many Native nations.
The National Council of Urban Indian Health (NCUIH) recognizes its presence and work within a larger framework of historical and contemporary relationships with Tribes and communities across the United States. NCUIH acknowledges that our national office and nearby activities are situated on the traditional homelands of many Native nations. Some of the communities in the surrounding area include the Piscataway, Pamunkey, Nentego, Mattaponi, Chickahominy, Monacan, and Powhatan peoples. These lands have deep historical, cultural, and spiritual significance to Native peoples.
NCUIH acknowledges that it operates near numerous Tribal Nations and urban Native communities across the country. Our work touches the lives of Native people from diverse Tribal backgrounds, and we are committed to honoring and respecting the unique cultural and historical connections that exist within these communities.
NCUIH is dedicated to promoting the health, well-being, and self-determination of urban Native American communities across the United States. We take our role of supporting these communities seriously and pledge to continue working towards a future of health equity, cultural preservation, and mutual respect.