Cultural Facilities in Native Communities:  Present & Future Survey

Cultural Facilities in Native Communities:  Present & Future Survey

Guest Post from the Association of Tribal Archives, Libraries, & Museums

***Deadline to respond to the survey is FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7.  All Native communities need to respond to this 10-minute survey. Help us help you.***

Preliminary responses to the Cultural Facilities in Native Communities:  Present & Future Survey are revealing a serious need for new or improved facilities.  To date, Native communities are reporting that only 15% of archival facilities are adequate, followed by 30% for libraries, 26% for museums, and 18% for cultural centers.

Forty-nine percent of reporting communities indicate they need new facilities but have not started the process, 13% are in the planning process but have not broken ground, and 8% have new facilities under construction.

Once the survey closes, updated results will be included in a Needs Assessment Report, along with recommended actions.

All Native communities should be heard. If you are receiving this survey and do not represent a Native community, please share it with those you know and encourage their participation.

Responses are due by Friday, December 7, 2018. TAKE THE SURVEY

Thank you for your continued support.

Your friends,

Walter Echo-Hawk, Chair of the Board
Susan Feller, President & CEO

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