Welcome To NACDI

We will see more changes in the next 25 years than we have experienced over the past 100. To thrive in the midst of this global change, the American Indian community must be unified and agile, work in partnership, eliminate deficit-driven methods, and invest in comprehensive asset-based strategies.
NACDI is committed to transforming the American Indian community to effectively respond to 21st century opportunities. NACDI works to promote innovative community development strategies that strengthen the overall sustainability and well-being of American Indian people and communities.

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Join us Monday, February 24th from 6:00-7:30 PM at All My Relations Gallery for the second in a series of visioning sessions focused on how you and your community can connect to SHORE.

Emily Johnson is a choreographere of Yup'id descent who has lived in Minneapolis for 20 years. She creates dances and performance with her company, Catalyst. SHORE is their new work. Catalyst and NACDI are partnering on the volunteering aspects of SHORE.

SHORE is a multi-day performance installation of dance, story, volunteerism, and feasting. It is a celebration of the places where we meet and merge - land and water, performer and audience, art and community, past, present, and future.

Join us to envision a volunteer community project that can be part of SHORE. What do you want for your neighborhood? Your community? Your park? What can we do together?

What: SHORE Volunteer Visioning Session

When: Monday, February 24th, 2014
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

Where: All My Relations Gallery
1414 E. Franklin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

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SHORE premieres at Northrop on the University of Minnesota Campus in June 14 - 22, 2014.

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Join us Wednesday, February 5th from 9 AM to 10:30 AM at All My Relations Gallery: 1414 E. Franklin Ave Minneapolis for Breakfast Bites! We continue our community conversation about opportunities and issues that are facing the community. This month will be a follow up to our conversation about transportation opportunities in the community.

Breakfast Bites are free, fun alternative meetings meant to start your day off right with food, coffee, and conversation. Please join us and help influence the future of the community!

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Please Join Us, For a Project Update and Celebration of the Anpetu Wa’ste Cultural Arts Marketplace Project at the Franklin Light Rail Station!

The Native American Community Development Institute is building a new project in the median of East Franklin Avenue at the Light Rail Station to enliven the street, connect the Ventura Village and Seward Neighborhoods, and create new entrepreneurial space in the community. Join us as we celebrate the contributions of the community to the design process and unveil the project design.

Meet with project planners, artists, and neighbors!

Monday, November 18, 2013
6:30 pm-8:00 pm, Remarks at 7 pm
Verdant Tea
2111 E. Franklin Avenue
Minneapolis, MN 55404

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1414 East Franklin Avenue (new address)
Minneapolis, MN
(612) 235-4976

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