AIANTA: There is still time to give in 2017


Native American communities are working hard to ensure the next generation holds their culture in their hearts and in their hands. Tribal Elders are teaching the next generation the ways of their ancestors. 
Indigenous Nations in traditional habitats have stewardship over some of America’s last best places.  Their cultures, which preserve these places, provide us with important ingredients for a land ethic sorely needed by the modern world.  Tourism in their homelands open our eyes to long-forgotten environmental values needed by every civilization.  It becomes a bridge between cultures that reveals a treasure trove of indigenous wisdom.  It allows us to see first-hand the need to preserve both indigenous habitat in the natural world and cultures that arise from Native soil.  Everyone’s future depends on it.
Walter Echo-Hawk (Pawnee), 2017
Through technical assistance and training the American Indian Alaska Native Tourism Association amplifies tribal voices through cultural tourism.
In a world of scripted content – we are inviting the world to experience the power and beauty of the unscripted cultures and landscapes of America’s First People.
Invest in the future. 
Support AIANTA’s work to perpetuate Native cultures by giving a tax deductible donation today.
Photo 1: Courtesy of the Central Council of Tlingit and Haida Indian Tribes of AlaskaPhotos 2 & 3: Xunaa Shuká Hít, roughly translated as “Huna Ancestor’s House,” will be the first permanent clan house in Glacier Bay since Tlingit villages were destroyed by an advancing glacier over 250 years ago. To learn more click on the Huna Tribal House project or the Hoonah Indian Association.


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