Many Nations

Many Nations

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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 outreach events, programming support, and to increase the amount of Bookmobile stops in Native communities.

Values

  1. We value partnerships with Native communities in Pima County.
  2. We value increased literacy of all types throughout Pima County.
  3. We value outreach that promotes the many resources that the Pima County Public Library offers.

Land Acknowledgement

The Pima County Public Library (PCPL) acknowledges the sovereignty of Native Nations and acknowledges the twenty-two federally recognized Indigenous tribes of the state of Arizona and those who inhabit Pima County. We honor the vast and often unrecognized contributions and sacrifices of Indigenous people and are conscious of the ongoing experience of inequality and political invisibility. In partnership with Native Nations, PCPL advocates for full access to its educational, informational and recreational resources.

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Many Nations Picks, News, and Events

Luci Tapahonso—the poet you need to know

This blog post coincides with Indigenous Peoples Month, but is relevant all year long as we celebrate Indigenous voices and experiences.

#OwnVoices Native Stories For Teens

November is Native American Heritage Month. Here are some books for teens by and about Indigenous People.

Reading and Recognizing Indigenous Women of North America

This list is an introduction to Native American women as a force of creativity, memory, and cultural conservatorship.

Horror by Indigenous Authors

Here are some horror books by Indigenous authors!

Three Books on a Theme: Native American authors

November is Native American Heritage month. In that spirit, PCPL presents these books by Native authors.

Native American authors at PCPL

There is a wealth of excellent writing by Native authors, both fiction and nonfiction. Here are some favorites hand-picked by our staff.

Native American Heritage Month on Kanopy

Kanopy has prepared a collection of titles that pays tribute to Native American heritage and includes both narratives and documentaries.

New YA and Adult Titles

This list features books written by Indigenous authors for young adults and adults.

Make it a movie night

Films by Native individuals and collectives that narrate Native experiences.

Department of the Interior Releases Investigative Report

Read about the report which is part of a comprehensive effort to address the troubled legacy of federal Indian boarding school policies.

Oversight Hearing on Fed. Indian Boarding School Initiative

Coverage of the hearing on Federal Indian Boarding School Initiative Investigative Report.

Indigenous LGBTQ2S

Do you know what Two-Spirit means? Read books by and about Indigenous LGBTQ2S this Pride Month to learn more!

SoAZ Murdered and Missing Indigenous People Awareness 5K

On Saturday, May 7, there will be a 5k Run/Walk, performances and activities related to healing, and a keynote presentation.

Native American Foodways & AgriCulture

Books that explore Native American food culture-planting, foraging, conservation, recipes, stories, resistance, seed stewardship, and more.
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