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Monthly Archives:July 2019

Pascua Yaqui Tribe Breaks Ground on New Health and Social Services Building

(TUCSON, Ariz. – July 16, 2019) — The Pascua Yaqui Tribe has broken ground on a new 100,000- square-foot building for its Health and Social Services Divisions. The new Pascua Yaqui Health Services Center II, to be located at Camino de Oeste and Calle Tetakusim, will centralize several crucial services of the Pascua Yaqui Health Continue Reading

Indigenous Women Are Creating New Conversations at Yale Architecture School

Charelle Brown, Anjelica Gallegos, and Summer Sutton on the Yale campus.Photo: Michael A. Hernandez Current students are reframing architecture’s mission and launching a thoughtful exhibition on Native Americans’ influence By Audrey Gray July 22, 2019 Rising Yale senior Charelle Brown grew up in public housing on the Kewa Pueblo near Santa Fe, New Mexico. She Continue Reading

Help CIIC recognize distinguished organizations, individuals, projects

Construction In Indian Country calls for award nominations TEMPE, AZ – Construction In Indian Country (CIIC) is calling for nominations of distinguished projects, individuals and teams to be recognized and honored by industry leaders at the CIIC 2019 National Conference, Achievement Awards Banquet on November 7, 2019 at Harrah’s Ak-Chin Casino Events Center. This will Continue Reading