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Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month recognizes the histories and continuing invaluable contributions of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian people in the United States. This month honors the rich diversity of American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian cultures, traditions, and languages, and it focuses on how heritage intersects with health. By working together to raise awareness of health disparities and providing a platform for national American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian health organizations to discuss challenges and opportunities, we can all help move communities toward health equity.


Organizations Focused on Indigenous Breastfeeding:

Any tribal breastfeeding coalition (or any breastfeeding organization) can request a group profile in the USBC's website.

Organizations, Resources, Tools, and Materials

Webinar Spotlight from USBC

  • Building a Breastfeeding Support Program within the Ho-Chunk Nation Community - Shawn Meyer, RN WI State MCH and Allie Isaacson, RN, MCH, Ho-Chunk Nation
    • This webinar presentation provided a history of the Ho-Chunk Nation and explored the coalition-building strategies used within this community to build a breastfeeding support program. 
    • Presentation Slides 

2021 & 2020 Tribal Trailblazer Awardees 

The Tribal Trailblazer awards honor individuals of American Indian/Native American and Alaska Native heritage who are actively promoting maternal and child health and breastfeeding support in their Tribes. The dedication and commitment of these outstanding community leaders are helping improve the lives of Indigenous families and communities.

Meet Our Awardees

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