If we don't start identifying things that are important , we will loose it, loose it forever.
When we loose the land, we loose the history, when we loose the history, we loose a culture.
When we loose a culture, we loose the fibers of what weaves us together as a people.
~ Carlan Tapp
We build long-term relationships based on trust. We engage directly with community members living within the locations of our work. Listening and understanding the issues allows us to determine strategies and create programs to meet those community needs.
Question of Power - Naamehnay Project, Inc. was founded in 2003. Federal 501c3 status was granted in 2005. The Foundation seeks to create awareness and educate the public regarding environmental, health and social justice issues resulting from the energy industrialization of Native American homelands and sacred places.
To develop visual resources needed to improve the health and sustainability of Native communities. Our work is an innovative approach providing a new vision to educate, document and provide resource materials on the impacts of energy industrialization.
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