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2018 Gala – Native Life in the City: Walking in Two Worlds

Native Life In The City 2018: Walking In Two Worlds United Indians of All Tribes Foundation Gala and Silent Auction! Daybreak Star Indian Cultural Center, Discovery Park 5011 Bernie Whitebear Way, Seattle WA 98199 5 - 8 pm Saturday, April 21, 2018 Join us for a festive fundraising dinner, awards ceremony, dance and music performances, … Continue reading 2018 Gala – Native Life in the City: Walking in Two Worlds

United Indians Hires Mike Tulee as Executive Director

From the Executive Director’s Desk Friends, I want to take this opportunity to introduce myself as the new Executive Director of the United Indians of All Tribes Foundation. I am very honored, humble, excited and ready to face UIATF challenges, big and small. For many years, I observed UIATF founder and Executive Director Bernie Whitebear … Continue reading United Indians Hires Mike Tulee as Executive Director

Pow Wow Raises $20,000 – Kick Starting 2015 Planning

Fund Seattle's Seafair Indian Days Pow Wow!  The biggest Seattle PowWow   Gratitude!  We raised $12,000 in Sponsorships, and $8000 in GoFundMe support (www.gofundeme.com/seattlepowwow), so we met the threshold to host the PowWow.  We are still seeking sponsors! The Seattle Seafair Indian Days Pow Wow is scheduled for July 17-19th 2015!  We need Volunteers!  Looking for … Continue reading Pow Wow Raises $20,000 – Kick Starting 2015 Planning

Special Fundraising Offer: Andew Morrison Portrait Commission

Andrew Morrison has a generous heart! Commision a Portrait from Andrew Morrison at Daybreak Star to Support ART and the Sacred Circle Gallery. Donate to our Art program= $500 for a 20x 16, $1000 for a 24x18. "your contribution and support will directly benefit the artistic community that we celebrate here at Daybreak Star" contact … Continue reading Special Fundraising Offer: Andew Morrison Portrait Commission

Feb 7th Declared “Native American Expulsion Remembrance Day”

Did you know that Seattle Banned Native Americans from living within the city limits? February 7th now designated as Native American Expulsion Remembrance Day in King County. The proclamation comes in response to the 150 year old ordinance to ban Native peoples from Seattle city limits. Section 1 of Seattle Ordinance No. 5 stated: “Be … Continue reading Feb 7th Declared “Native American Expulsion Remembrance Day”