American Indian OIC (AIOIC) now offers SNAP application assistance. SNAP is the commonly used acronym that stands for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program. Many people may be familiar with the program’s […]
AIOIC’s president and CEO receives recognition from the US Department of Labor and Twin Cities Business magazine.
Hello Community, we are closed on Wednesday, November 27, in anticipation of dangerous weather conditions. We are also closed on Thursday, November 28, and Friday, November 29, in observance of […]
American Indian OIC and the National Urban Indian Family Coalition convened leaders from urban American Indian education programs to establish a community of practice to identify ways to best serve Native students in urban areas with culturally-integrated public education.
This May, AIOIC hosted its annual Founder’s Day celebration. It was a chance for the community to get together, share a meal, and celebrate Minneapolis’s urban Indian community during American […]
On Thursday, January 31st. AIOIC and 14 partner organizations brought together over 150 Native leaders, elected officials, and stakeholders for NativeRISE: A Night of Indigenous Advocacy. The purpose of the gathering was […]
Wopila tanka & miigwech to Thrivent for its generous $10,000 contribution to American Indian OIC’s response to the Franklin-Hiawatha encampment. “It is with tremendous humility and immense appreciation that our organization has received this news,” says AIOIC’s President […]
The following is an Op Ed piece at Minn Post. Read the article in its original format here. There is an encampment in Minneapolis populated by indigenous people – […]
On Tuesday, April 24th, 2018, three students and two faculty members from Takoda Prep experienced the field trip of a lifetime. Along with a chartered plane of over 200 young […]
As we settle into Winter, AIOIC is reflecting on the abundance of community gatherings it has had the honor of hosting. As a student at AIOIC’s Takoda Institute, there is […]