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Mission

The Many Nations team's mission is to provide literacy outreach and establish ongoing partnerships with Native communities in Pima County.

Goal

Our goal is to engage in Spread the Wealth and outreach events, programming support, and increasing the amount of Bookmobile stops in Native communities.

About Spread the Wealth

Spread the Wealth is a program through which the team provides donation books, programs, and Bookmobile visits to Native communities.

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10 reasons to get an eCard

You can get an eCard online in minutes! But why should you? Here are some really good reasons.

New and On Order: Native American Books

These are some of the books by and about Native Americans recently added to our library collection.

Read Native: Native historical sites and relocation

The American Indian Library Association invites you to read Indigenous authors for their “Read Native 2021” challenge!

Indigenous Olympians bring home the medals

An unprecedented number of Indigenous athletes participated in the Tokyo Games for their nations and their communities.

Read Native: Fiction & Debut Novels

American Indian Library Association invites you to read Indigenous authors. Here are some that intersect the challenge’s diverse categories.

Article: ‘There goes Billy Mills!’

The story of the Oglala Lakota runner is legendary and includes Olympic gold in historic fashion.

Read Native: Mystery novels & true crime

The American Indian Library Association invites you to read Indigenous authors for their “Read Native 2021” challenge!

Indigenous athletes set to shine in Olympics

Nations sending Native athletes to Tokyo include New Zealand, Australia, Canada, U.S.

Read Native: Legislation, news, & language learning

The American Indian Library Association & our Many Nations team invite you to read Indigenous authors for the “Read Native 2021” challenge!

Understanding Indian Residential Schools, Adults & YA Books

Fiction and nonfiction books, based upon a list curated by David A. Robertson for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

Helping your children understand Indian Residential Schools

Picture books and novels, inspired by a list curated by David A. Robertson for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.

The Colors of Independence

The original Americans contributed a rich legacy to the great benefit of us all.

Read Native 2021

American Indian Library Association invites you to join in their inaugural reading challenge to read books by and about Native Americans.

Read Native: 2SLGBTQ+ authors

The American Indian Library Association invites you to read Indigenous authors for their “Read Native 2021” challenge!

Kids & Teens Read Native: Real history & historical fiction

Want to play a game? Read Indigenous authors for the American Indian Library Association's “Read Native 2021” challenge!

#ThisIsTucson Summer Reading - Prickly Prose: Poetry

Here are some books in the poetry category, specifically those written by Native American poets. There are just...so many options!
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