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Bethlehem Gronneberg
Bethlehem Gronneberg

Bethlehem Gronneberg (BF’16) is engaging girls in STEM from Fargo to Ethiopia

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Rebuilding for the Future

Native Governance Center reflects on the first decade of its Native Nation Rebuilders program and the work ahead.

Fellows: 2020

Fellows: Where Are They Now? (2020 Issue)

Q&As with past Bush Fellows.

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Change You Can See

Julie Garreau (BF’16) and her community build hope with the Cheyenne River Youth Project.

Dr. Tami Jollie-Trottier

Think Bigger. Think Differently: Dr. Tami Jollie-Trottier

Dr. Tami Jollie-Trottier (BF’16) has developed a multi-generational art space.

Art by Hillary Kempenich

Ancestral Artistry

First Peoples Fund helps artist entrepreneurs bring their ancestral knowledge to life.

Red Lake Nation

New Resources: Native Nation Building

Native nation building has been central to the Bush Foundation’s work since it launched the Native Nations Initiative in 2009.

Jodi Gillette

Standing Rock Strong: Jodi Gillette

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Catch the Wind

Great ideas from tribal communities account for nearly a quarter of all Community Innovation grants.

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Native Nation-Building Spans Strategies & Generations

The Bush Foundation’s work to support the self-determination of 23 Native nations builds on relationships formed across decades of support.

Justin Beaulieu

A Nation Building Era

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Honoring Success in Tribal Governance