Announcements of November 24th

Holiday Closing
11-24-15 closed nov 26-27 ver 2 rounded edges

Native American Thanksgiving
The National Museum of the American Indian has some great resources online about Thanksgiving in their classroom lessons section. One is called “Harvest Ceremony-Beyond the Thanksgiving myth,” and another is called “American Indian Perspectives on Thanksgiving.” Click here to go to their classroom lessons sections. 

Native American Educational Resource Guide
In an effort to better support our Native youth in their schools and classrooms, the AIHFS Dream Seekers Youth Program has created a Native American Educational Resource Guide for teachers. The guide provides background information about Native American culture and history as well as “do’s and don’ts” for educators who are teaching Native American students or teaching about Native Americans. It is our hope that this guide will increase understanding and respect for our Native American youth and cultures in educational environments. Printed copies are available for free at AIHFS. Here is the pdf: Native American Educational Resource Guide

Amazon Fundraiser
You can help us in our efforts by using this link to AmazonSmile for your amazon shopping. Every dollar you spend a portion of that will get donated to us here at AIHFS. Same products, same prices, same services. Click here to go to our AmazonSmile donation page.

Kroger Fundraiser
You can also support us while shopping at Kroger through their Community Rewards program.  Sign In or create your Kroger account and then designate us in your Community Rewards section. Our NPO number is 91936. Here is a link for more info about the Kroger Community rewards program

FBI, U.S. Attorney and Dearborn Police Confront Threats
In the immediate wake of the attacks in Paris, law enforcement at all levels has confronted a surge of misguided retaliatory threats toward others across the country. In response to recent threats in Dearborn, the FBI, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan, and the Dearborn Police Department have collaborated to ensure law abiding citizens are protected, and to deter those who would threaten them. Read the full press release in this pdf: FBI press release

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