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NCR & American Indian community leaders present a refresh of the American Indian MOU to City Council


On Wednesday, June 29th leaders of the American Indian Community and the Neighborhood and Community Relations department presented to the City Council a plan to refresh the American Indian Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). In a process driven by the American Indian community, the MOU was first established in 2003 as the first official partnership with the City of Minneapolis with the mission to promote the well-being, growth, and mutual interests of the American Indian Community. The partnership was revitalized again in 2011 with an emphasis on engagement. Now in 2016, it is time for the City and the community to update the partnership to ensure the continued success of the American Indian Community in Minneapolis.

Now through early 2017 the Metropolitan Urban Indian Directors groups will be working with Christine McDonald, Native American Community Specialist to revise the MOU. The final MOU will be brought to City Council in April 2017. View the MOU and presentation to City Council. View the MOU and presentation  to City Council.

Last updated Jul 25, 2016



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