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Representative Liz McNabb (center) expresses the unwavering support of Assemblywoman Cottie Petrie-Norris. From left to right, Workforce Director Rene Williams (Colville), Walking Shield Program Director Lynda Estrella Gonzales (Yaqui), McNabb, Walking Shield Executive Director Dr. John Castillo (Apache), and UAII Director of Development Joseph Quintana (Kewa Pueblo).

UAII Brings Workforce to Walking Shield in OC

Tuesday, July 16th marked a collaborative launch of the highly anticipated Workforce Development and Training Program, set to be delivered in Los Angeles County through United American Indian Involvement (UAII), and in Orange County through UAII subcontractor, Walking Shield of Costa Mesa. The event was well-attended by dozens of community members,
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UAII Unveils New Department Focused on a Brighter Economic Future

Thanking our Creator. It was a prayer that inaugurated one of the most innovative, groundbreaking events ever hosted in the Los Angeles American Indian community, as United American Indian Involvement (UAII) unveiled its new Workforce Development and Training Department. The program, overseen by Director Rene Williams (Colville), is set to
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UAII’s 5K Run for the Peoples

The future’s looking brighter for American Indians living in Los Angeles. Ever since the City Council voted to eliminate Columbus Day and replace it with Indigenous Peoples Day, Los Angeles American Indians have felt a growing sense of pride and contentment as fully recognized members of the greater Los Angeles
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LA Hosts Rumble Event

On Tuesday, January 15th our organization took part in a special presentation hosted by PBS So Cal, Independent Lens, and the Autry Museum. The event showcased the premiere of the film Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World on PBS and throughout the night featured movie clips and a discussion panel
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