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


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

About Share the Wealth

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

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Gertie & T.O. Boys Concert: Celebrando Mes De La Cultura

Oct 12th | 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Escuche y disfrute bailando a una selección de polkas, chotes, cumbias, mazurkas, y kwalyas.

Library screens films with a cultural twist

The Library is hosting a new series of film screenings aimed at better understanding and appreciating Native American cultures.

Navajo (Diné) Code Talkers Day

Are you interested in learning more about the history of Navajo Code Talkers? Check out this list of books, DVDs, articles, and audiobooks.

Remembering the Amazing Sacrifices of Navajo Code Talkers

August 14 is National Navajo Code Talkers Day. The Japanese were never able to break their code. Learn more about these amazing Americans.

Come see Sundance Film Festival winner at Library Night Out

Get ready for a rockin' Library Night Out on August 28! Come watch Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World, and enjoy other activities!

Native American Poetry and Poets

In honor of Joy Harjo becoming the first Native American U.S. Poet Laureate, here is a list of poetry books by Native American authors.

Joy Harjo is the 1st Native American named US Poet Laureate

Joy Harjo is a member of the Mvskoke Nation. See why she was chosen by picking up a copy of one of her books.

Seed Saving is Repairing a Painful Past for Native Americans

This article from modern farmer shares the importance of seed saving in a Native American community.
PimaLib_NormS said:

A member of Minnesota’s Ojibwe tribe, David Treuer, has written “The Heartbeat of Wounded Knee: Native America From 1890 to the Present”, a richly detailed,…

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Native Authors to Read

The Many Nations services team is bringing these to the Pascua Yaqui Tribe's Richey Resource Center on March 27. Come visit!

2018 Award Winning Native Writing

Every two years the American Indian Library Association selects exemplary children's and YA books for their Youth Literature Awards. Check…
PimaLib_ChristineR said:

Having followed Alexie's career practically from the start (his first book of poetry and first book of short stories came out while I was still an English…

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Media for teens by Indigenous authors

These are books from Indigenous authors (in a settler colonial context) about their specific tribal communities.

PCPL's media for Indigenous young…

These are books from Indigenous authors (in a settler colonial context) about their specific tribal communities and have been written for…

Indigenous Peoples' Anthologies

This list is a collection of items that deal with more than one Native Nation, center Indigenous voices, aren't kids or YA, and either are…

About & by Indigenous Peoples

The following is a list of works by Indigenous authors/artists/producers/directors. I excluded items that were in-library-use-only, those…
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