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NNI Survey: Residence, Connectedness and Citizenship for Young Adult American Indians

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The Native Nations Institute would like to help tribes to strengthen ties with off-reservation citizens, whether they have moved away from the their nation’s land base, or never lived on tribal lands in the first place. Are you a citizen of a federally recognized American Indian tribe or Alaska Native village, aged 18-29, who is living outside the boundaries of his or her Native nation?  We invite you to take a short survey about your experiences and add your perspective to the conversation.
The purpose of the project is to answer two questions: 1.  Are there meaningful ways for Native young people to participate in the community as citizens, even while living “off-reservation”? 2. How can tribes facilitate enduring connections and engagement with their young adult, off-reservation populations?

For more information, please contact Jennifer Schultz (jschult1@email.arizona.edu) or Stephanie Carroll Rainie (scrainie@email.arizona.edu). 
To take the survey, please CLICK HERE.

Jennifer Lee Schultz, PhDSenior Researcher, Native Nations Institute
Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy
University of Arizona
803 E. First Street
Tucson, AZ 85719
Email: jschult1@email.arizona.edu
Cell: 520-333-9214


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