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The project “Increasing Awareness of and Participation in Affordable Connectivity Program in North Dakota” will utilize several different outreach methods to reach eligible households primarily in North Dakota but also in Tribal communities nationwide. The methods used will incorporate a combination of web-based information, social media sharing, newspaper articles or ads, and in-person meetings. Read More...

We are creating a new Tribal Coalition known as The Web. Our initial founding members included the Standing Rock Sioux, Pyramid Lake Paiute, and Shoshone -Bannock Tribes. Recently the Spirit Lake Tribe and Cherokee Nation have joined us as well. We wish to weave together to provide leadership in our fields and support each other in our efforts at promoting racial equity and seeking justice and healing for Indigenous elderly crime victims. Read More...

Project BeSEENN started in a Tribal Justice class Spring 2022. The project was advised by the PI and addressed domestic terrorism for the Department of Homeland Security national competition. By educating people about Native American culture we aim to lessen the perpetuation of stereotypes, othering, and targeted violence. Read More...

This study will provide substantial insight into the unique nature of social determinants, involving both trauma and resilience dimensions, specific to NA women’s prenatal drug use, potentially leading to more innovative and targeted intervention strategies that prioritize SDOH-informed approaches to promote prenatal health equality and better serve this population. Read More...

The inaugural year of the North Dakota Justice Opinion and Social Services Survey (NDJOSSS) was 2018! The free anonymous survey will be available for all residents of the State of North Dakota to complete online again in 2024. All respondents who complete the survey may choose to be entered into drawings for gift cards. Read More...

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