2017 BAY AREA POWWOW CALENDAR NOW AVAILABLE
Past and Present AIA Council/Board Members
Cement Prairie: The History and Legacy of the 1952 American Indian Relocation Program (November 3, 2016 - June 25, 2017
See flyer for contact information to be on the panel..
The American Indian Alliance is in support of the “#NoDAPL movement”.
In other words, our non-profit organization supports the protest to prevent
the installation of a pipeline. Our non-profit organization is seeking monetary
donations via PayPal. The funds will benefit the encampment in North Dakota. A
donation letter can be provided upon your request.
Protect Clean Water . Protect Mother Earth . Water is Life . Keep it Sacred .
Honor our Treaties . Honor our Children . Defend the Sacred . We Deserve Clean
Water . You Can’t Drink the Oil . No Keystone Pipeline
The American Indian Alliance thanks you for your support.
What is the AIA....
The American Indian Alliance is a community based,
non-profit organization serving more than 20,000 American
Indians living in Santa Clara Valley.
Since 1993, the American Indian Alliance has provided
programs and services to both adults and youth with a
mission to develop and enrich the local American Indian
Community. Our projects focus on community development,
human services, information and referral services, cultural
awareness and education, as well as improved
communication within the American Indian Community.
Future of the Alliance...
The most important goal of the Alliance is to continue
implementing innovative projects that benefit the Indian
Community in Santa Clara County and the Greater Bay Area.
The American Indian Alliance of Santa Clara County is a strong circle of American Indian, united in pride, to support our community through respect, trust, commitment, education, and cultural awareness. We will restore, maintain and perpetuate the heritage, values, traditions, culture and future for all American Indians.