Presented with
Evaluating Solutions

2021 Indigenous Communities Fellowship

How can Native innovators in the US use traditional knowledge and technology to meet the social, environmental, and economic goals of their communities?

Submissions are Closed

Submitted Solutions

Sovereign

A digital tool that democratizes data for Indigenous activists and scholars seeking to increase Native representation in American politics.

By Elise Blasingame

EB EB

OSF Mobile Telehealth

Providing Pine Ridge, SD with a mobile Telehealth unit to aid in the mental health crisis.

By Melissa Carnicle

MC MC

NEST 2 Week Artist Residency

We will provide 5 artists with 1000 stipend and a 2 week stay. They will create a new work that we will premier in our annual magazine.

By Ross Cunningham

RC RC

Concord

Concord is a casual location-based audio app with augmented reality features showcasing authentic, diverse stories from local storytellers.

By Vanessa Bowen

CRM curricula for tribal colleges.

This project will provide free curriculum to tribal colleges to develop certificates or degrees in cultural resource management.

By Matthew Schwoebel

MS MS

Collective Medicine

Strengthening water sovereignty through community power.

By Keana Kaleikini

CAHOKIA: Socialtech + Artspace

Cahokia is designed to support the development of Indigenous youth in Entrepreneurship, Art, Design & Tech., from an Indigenous perspective.

By Brian Skeet

Lakota Empowerment through STEM

Through this initiative, Lakota people will create their own empowering structure as they navigate a STEM challenge.

By Caitlin Bordeaux

CB CB

Watershed Regenerative Ventures (WRV)

WRV is improving the quality of life for people living in the Klamath/Trinity River Basins through impact investing and capacity building

By Isaac Kinney

IK IK
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