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Take Action this Indigenous People’s Day

Take Action this Indigenous People’s Day

Today, we invite you to join us in intentionally celebrating Indigenous People’s Day, an action that should not be confined to this day, October 11th, but rather, something we should all strive to incorporate into our daily lives. We aim to use this statement to continue to uplift the stewards of the land we in the NADA office currently work from (Arapaho and Cheyenne Tribal Nations). We invite you to acknowledge the stewards of the land you currently reside on and to learn about local...

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Save the Date! NADA’s Upcoming Virtual Events

Save the Date! NADA’s Upcoming Virtual Events

July Membership Check-In Wednesday, July 1st at 10 AM MDT / 12 PM EDT. How do we ‘undo the aloneness’ of this moment? We’ll be offering space to: “Gathering helps to undo the aloneness of this time.” Rommell Washington, NYC-based NADA Board Member NADA Membership...

Statement of Solidarity with the Movement for Black Lives

Statement of Solidarity with the Movement for Black Lives

June 3, 2020 We stand in solidarity with everyone expressing their outrage at the murder of George Floyd by the Minneapolis police and demanding accountability. Nate Hurse, NADA’s vice president who lives in the Twin Cities, observed this week that we have crossed a...

News from the NADA Trainer Community

News from the NADA Trainer Community

We wanted to share with you the very sad news that Michigan trainer, Tyrone Chatman, passed away in March from cancer. Tyrone became a trainer in the 1990s in Detroit, and brought NADA services to the Michigan Veterans Foundation (MVF), of which he was the CEO. MVF...

Ear Acupressure Outreach & Education Tool

Ear Acupressure Outreach & Education Tool

Ear acupressure helps people of all ages. This simple technique helps everything from trauma recovery and healing, to quieting stress and anxiety, to helping with headaches and general wellness. It provides a balancing effect – some people feel sleepy while others are energized, some feel relief of depression, some seem to get a peaceful sensation of relaxation, and some don’t feel anything. Michael Smith said that it “helps kick in the body’s own healing system. It helps what needs helping.”

Guidepoints: News from NADA Winter 2019/20

Guidepoints: News from NADA Winter 2019/20

Before reading our Guidepoints Winter 2019/20 Issue, we invite you to listen to a short message from Sara Bursać, NADA's Executive Director. Click here for a PDF of Guidepoints Winter 2019/20. Transcript of Sara's message: Dear friends and members of NADA – all of us...

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