The Indigenous Community Center (ICC) this Saturday will host an awareness event focused on abortion justice and how Indigenous people have been impacted ever since white settler colonization first occurred.
Indigenous community members at a panel event Thursday discussed the history that lies below the surface of recent abortion bans — including mass sterilization in the 1960s and 70s — and how Indigenous people will be overwhelmingly affected by the overturning of Roe v. Wade.
Engage Douglas County, a coalition that aims to promote mental health and reduce substance abuse, is celebrating three winners of awards that recognize contributions to that mission.
Lawrence’s Indigenous Community Center has established a chapter of the MMIWG2ST movement, which calls attention to the epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, 2Spirit and Trans people.
The Indigenous Community Center is aiming to help local Native youth build confidence and healthy habits through its new skate team. The first skate meet was today at Edgewood Park.
Lawrence’s Indigenous Community Center has reserved an acre of farmland, where board members and a crew of volunteers will plant perennial crops including berries, vegetables, roots, edible flowers and herbal medicines.
A tight timeline for the Lawrence school board to make decisions about whether to close schools seems to have lit a fire under many community members who are coming together to “#SaveOurSchools497.”
Celebrate this Native American Heritage Month with the Indigenous Community Center (ICC)’s Music, Poetry and Art Bazaar, coming up this Saturday.
The Indigenous Community Center (ICC), a local nonprofit focused on healing and connection for our Native community, is hosting an Indigenous Day Art Show this Saturday alongside educational opportunities to promote intercultural understanding.
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