Dine Studies Conference and Native American Heritage Month

November 1, 2021

ORGANIZATION

VISION

Diné be’iiná binahjį’ náásgóó bidziilgo yiikah.

MISSION

The mission statement of the Diné Studies Conference is to embrace and uphold Diné culture and language; to promote and facilitate ethical and responsible research; to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas of Diné life; and to inspire critical reflection.

PRIORITIES

Based on strategic planning work, the following priorities have been identified:

  • Fundraising (membership, conference fees, marketing)
  • Communication (website, newsletter, social media, radio)
  • Conference & Symposium (co-sponsors, locations, themes)
  • Research & Policy (research approval process, legislation)

PRIORITY AREAS

  • Navajo Nation Support (Executive, Legislative, Judicial)
  • Local Chapter Collaboration
  • Sponsorships
  • Student Support
  • Membership

NON-PROFIT STATUS LEGAL NOTICE

Diné Studies Conference, Inc. is a non-profit entity established under the laws of the Navajo Nation. The volunteer Board of Directors is responsible for Diné Studies Conference, Inc. The Board has adopted and operates by a set of By-Laws.

Diné Studies Conference, Inc. is also authorized by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service to operate as a 501(c)3 entity.  Navajo Studies Conference, Inc., P.O. Box 755, Window Rock, AZ  86515.

Please send all comments to dine.studies@gmail.com.