Native and Indigenous Resources
Northwestern is a community that exists in a constellation of historical and contemporary relationships with Native American tribes, communities, parents, students, and alumni. Consistent with the University's commitment to diversity and inclusion, Northwestern works builds relationships with Native American communities through academic pursuits, partnerships, historical recognitions, community service and enrollment efforts. We strive to center multi-disciplinary, collaborative work informed by, and responsive to, Native American and Indigenous nations, communities, and organizations while working to develop innovative and Indigenous-centered spaces that fosters community, scholarship, learning, and artistic or cultural practices.
- Center for Native American and Indigenous Research (CNAIR)
- Native American and Indigenous Initiatives
- Northwestern University Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance (NAISA)
- Indigenous Tour of Northwestern
- "These Canoes Carry Culture" details the creation of a traditional Anishinaabe birchbark canoe
Contact our office at Native-Outreach@northwestern.edu or reach Niyo Moraza-Keeswood (Navajo and Chichimeca), Senior Assistant Director of Native American and Indigenous Outreach, directly at email@example.com.