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AIHSC’s 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat

AIHSC’s 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat

Halloween Fun for your Scary Little Ones Join us Saturday, October 30th from 12pm-2pm for AIHSC's 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat • Games & Prizes • Treats • Free Flu Shots • Local Branch representation for several Native American organizations Please contact us at...

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Run Walk Dance 5k

Run Walk Dance 5k

Commemorating Indigenous People's Day and Breast Cancer Awareness Monday, October 11th from 9am to 11am • Run, Walk & Dance at Foster Beach and along the lake! • 5k Distance • Parking at Foster Beach • First Aid Stations • Go At Your Own Pace Fun and exercise were had...

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All Nations PowWow

All Nations PowWow

In Rememberance of Victims and Survivors of Residential Schools Join us Saturday, September 25th from 11am-5pm for a Powwow event at Bunker Hill Forest Preserve, Grove 1 • Invited Drums • All Dancers Welcome! • Arts & Crafts Vendors • Native Food • MC: Mark Denning •...

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Urban Indian Health News

Congressional Hearing Highlights How Lack of Urban Confer Delayed Vaccine Rollout for Urban Indians. WASHINGTON, D.C. (October 6, 2021) – On...

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FEMA – COVID 19 Update

FEMA – COVID 19 Update

FEMA COVID-19 Update FEMA has begun processing applications for funeral assistance. FEMA will provide financial assistance for COVID-19-related...

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On Saturday, October 30th from 12pm to 2pm bring your Scary Little Ones and enjoy some Treats & Games at AIHSC's and sponsors' 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat. We will offer up some Halloween Fun for Everyone! Flu Shots will be available. Event will be held outdoors at 4326 W. Montrose Ave, Chicago (AIHSC Parking Lot) For info: 773.883.9100. This will be a socially distanced event. AIHSC encourages mask wearing. ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline PhotosIndigenous Peoples Day is today and every day. Sacramento is located on the tribal land of the Nisenan people and has historically been a gathering place for many local tribes from the central valley and foothills. We would like to acknowledge the Southern Maidu people to the North, the Valley and Plains Miwok/Me - Wuk Peoples to the south of the American River, and we would also like to honor the Patwin Wintun Peoples to the west of the Sacramento River.HomeHomeWe acknowledge that we are standing on the tribal lands of Sacramento's Indigenous people and acknowledge the long history of injustice in need of reform. HomeHomeWe are still here, sharing our rich and diverse heritage, culture, and traditions, and protecting our land and our people.HomeHomeTo read more on why land acknowledgement is so important, please visit: bit.ly/3ABiSulHomeHomePhoto credit: Avery Leigh White, bit.ly/3mFTAX7 ... See MoreSee Less
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Free T-Shirt when you get a Covid Vaccination at AIHSC! Shirt is designed by Spirit Lake Dakota/Diné artist Avis Charley and features IllumiNative’s Warrior Up Logo. Shirt comes in slate grey and is a 60/40 blend so it won’t shrink. @TheUIHI ; #vacciNATION; #BeAGoodRelative

American Indian Health Service of Chicago Clinic is accepting Covid-19 Vaccination appointments for the public. Call AIHSC at 773-883-9100 today to schedule your appointment. Supplies are limited.

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