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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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#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!

In Memoriam: LaDonna Brave Bull Allard

Indigenous environmental activism stories is in honor of LaDonna Brave Bull Allard; given name Ta Maka Waste Win or "Her Good Earth Woman."
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Indian Civil Rights Act Enacted on April 11, 1968

The history, cultures, and nations of Indigenous Americans have been purposefully subjected to governmental campaigns of complete erasure.

Curated lists, especially for you, in OverDrive

Digital books are convenient, & we make it easy to find good stuff with these lists of great titles. Browse & check out in the Libby app!

Water, Water Every Where, Nor any Drop to Drink?

Water. We drink it. Wash in it. Wash with it. Are made of it. Who wants to think of water as a finite resource when we can turn on the tap?

Arizona's Indigenous Poets

March 21 is World Poetry Day. Celebrate by reading some of Arizona's own poets.

RH21: Novel by Indigenous, First Nations, or Native American

Participating in the Read Harder Challenge? Here are some potential books for the First Nationals/Indigenous/Native American category.

Did you miss Library Night In? Stream it now!

This cultural experience featured traditional cooking , PBS Kids' show, Molly of Denali, and a conversation with a Pascua Yaqui Elder.

Picture Books by Indigenous Authors and Illustrators

November is National American Indian Heritage Month. Celebrate with some picture books.

Native Voices: Crime fiction

Whether you enjoy police procedurals, literary fiction, or thrillers, you're bound to find a new favorite author from this list!

Native Voices: History for young minds

Read about residential school policies for Native communities in the US & Canada. These are sensitive to children's developing minds.

Native Voices: Graphic Novels & Comics

These stories feature Native main characters and are written by Native authors.

Native Voices: Speculative Fiction

These stories of science fiction, fantasy, and horror are written by Native authors and feature Native main characters.

Native Voices: Board Books

These board books were written and or illustrated by Native authors and illustrators. Each book features Native children or families.
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