Yesterday marked the first day of work on replacing the flat roof of Daybreak Star! Teams are hard at work carrying out the installation process. The existing roof was the one originally installed when Daybreak Star was constructed back in 1976. While it held up remarkably well, the roof recently developed several leaks, meaning a … Continue reading Roof Replacement at Daybreak Star!
United Indians is delighted to invite all American Indian/Alaska Native Veterans and their families to the Daybreak Star Veterans BBQ! Come along for a day of festivities: we'll have free food, program t-shirts, and challenge coins. We're excited to have you! For more information or to enroll in the program, contact Rich Summer at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sacred Circle Gallery is pleased to showcase the extraordinary work of Yup'ik artist, Jennifer Angaiak Wood. Jen is of Yup'ik, Irish, and Italian descent, and was born and raised in Fairbanks, AK. The Yup'ik side of her family comes from Tununak, AK, on the coast of the Bering Sea. Jennifer started carving masks when she … Continue reading Yup’ik Jen
United Indians of All Tribes Foundation has a grant for reimbursement of school supplies, clothes, or after school programs for NATIVE Foster Youth who are enrolled in K through 12. All you need to know about reimbursements: Students must be Native American, Pacific Islander, or Alaskan NativeStudents must be enrolled in K-12Students must be in … Continue reading Foster Care School Supply Reimbursement Program
Daybreak Star Radio Network (DBSRN) will be going officially on air on July 10, 2021. The public is invited to celebrate the occasion and to experience the station firsthand. The event will start at 1:00pm at Sacred Circle Art Gallery Ballard, 5337 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107. The grand opening is in conjunction with … Continue reading Daybreak Star Radio Network is Indigenizing the Airwaves
Opening April 1 in the Sacred Circle Gallery at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, is a collection of work by local Makah artist, Frank Peterson. Frank says his work is meant to find a balance in the abstract, adding the spiritual aspects of his heritage with life experiences. Growing up, he spent quality time in Neah … Continue reading ‘Visions of a Makah’ by Frank Peterson now open in the Sacred Circle Gallery
We stand united with the Black Lives Matters movement in the same way allies stood with our Native American activists who fought for and established a land base here at Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center.
Dear friends and relatives, We hope this letter finds you healthy and well. Due to the emergence of the novel Coronavirus and concern for our staff and community, United Indians of All Tribes Foundation leadership has decided that the best course of action is to close our Daybreak Star and Columbia City sites to the … Continue reading UIATF Modification of Services in Response to COVID-19
At the time of the 1970 Takeover, Bernie Whitebear, United Indians’ founder, conceived of an expansive vision for the future of Seattle’s Fort Lawton: reclaiming Native land to build a cultural center, an art gallery, and affordable housing for our community. While Bernie oversaw the execution of much of that vision during his lifetime, the … Continue reading Affordable Housing at Fort Lawton: Bernie’s Dream a Reality
Have you had a chance to learn about our Powwow Princess, Simsimtko? She has spent the last twelve months traveling around the country visiting as many Powwows as she could! Interested in being the next Powwow Princess? Application details can be found here. Hello, my name is Simsimtko (Shimmering Water) Sallee Whitewing. I greet you … Continue reading Meet the 2018-19 Powwow Princess!