Focus Areas

NACDI’s key projects include: All My Relations Arts (AMRA), Four Sisters Food Sovereignty, and Make Voting A Tradition (MVAT). NACDI is building a vibrant future for all our relatives.

Arts & Culture

All My Relations Arts presents four exhibits throughout the year, as well as hosts tours, presentations, and programs like the Native Authors Program, consulting projects and "We Are Still Here" cohort.

Civic Engagement

Make Voting A Tradition (MVAT) is a culturally specific, year-round, multi-generational approach to increase voter turnout and civic engagement now in its eighth year of operation.

Food Sovereignty

Four Sisters works to restore health and well-being in the Urban Indian and Phillips communities by recovering knowledge and access to Indigenous food, medicine, and traditions through our Farmers Market and Urban Farm.

Community Engagement

NACDI works in the densest urban Indian population in the country. Our programs are contributing to the health and vitality for American Indian people by advancing equitable opportunities and promoting racial equity and inclusion.