Main Northwestern COVID-19 Updates
CNAIR COVID-19 Updates
Women's Center COVID-19 Response
American Indian Health Services of Chicago, Inc. offering testing for COVID-19 by appointment. They are also offering behavior health services via telehealth. Call 773-883-9100 to make an appointment.
Chicago American Indian Community Collaborative Emergency Response Fund
Women's Center guide to mutual aid resources
Decolonize Wealth Community Respond Fund
2021 Northwestern Virtual Native American and Indigenous Community Celebration
Chicago Native American Virtual Achievement Celebration- event held on June 13th
Indigenous Education Tools part of project led by alumna and professor of learning sciences and psychology Megan Bang ('09 PhD)
COVID-19 Activity Book for teens by UW-Madison medical student and alumna Ninah Divine (WCAS '16)
Honoring the Whole Student: Developing Space for Native American Students in STEM by Supporting Complex Identities
Investigator Training: a training for investigators on research protocols developed by Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars (through Utah State) and community members for those working with tribal communities.
The Brilliance of the Beaver: Learning from an Anishnaabe World
by Leanne Betasamosake Simpson
Chicago American Indian Community Collaborative's 2021 Report: Towards Building Chicago’s American Indians’ Futures: CAICC Report on Education and COVID-19 Data
Institute for Research on Race and Public Policy's "Resiliency and Adversity of Chicago's First: The State of Racial Justice for American Indian Chicagoans" Report
National Urban Indian Family Coalition (NUIFC) Report: RESILIENCY IN CRISIS: The Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on the Urban American Indian Nonprofit Sector
EQUITY MINDED ARTICLES
I’m Native and Disabled. The US Government Is Sacrificing My People.
by Jen Deerinwater
In an Era of Pandemic and Protest, STEM Education Can't Pretend to Be Apolitical
by Daniel Morales-Doyle, Shirin Vossoughi, Sepehr Vakil & Megan Bang, Truthout
Native Americans Feel Devastated by the Virus Yet Overlooked in the Data
by Kate Conger, Robert Gebeloff and Richard A. Oppel Jr.
Native Americans in Chicago chart a 15 percent COVID-19 mortality rate — but the city hasn’t released that information
by Maia Spoto (The Daily Northwestern)