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Mission Statement

To share, promote, and educate the community about Native American traditions, culture, and heritage through cultural exchanges, community events, educational presentations, and community outreach.

Description

  • The Oahu Intertribal Council (OIC) is a 501c3 non-profit organization and was incorporated in Honolulu, Hawaii on July 29, 20 13 and formed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. Specifically the Oahu Intertribal Council educates the general public about Native Americans and Alaskan Native cultural heritage through educational programs in the schools, community presentations, cultural celebrations, (i.e. annual powwow event) community outreach, cultural arts and crafts workshops, demonstrations and through a variety of other means.

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http://www.honoluluintertribalpowwow.com

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