In a Good Way: Advancing Funder Collaborations to Promote Health in Indian Country

 This article examines how three organizations collaborated on work to control commercial tobacco use in Minnesota’s Indian Country, and shares lessons learned on how they came to incorporate tribal culture, respect traditional tobacco practices, and acknowledge historical trauma to inform their grantmaking. 


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March 2018


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Linda M. Bosma, Jaime Martínez, Nicole Toves Villaluz, Christine A. Tholses, LaRaye Anderson, Sarah Brokenleg, Christine M. Matter


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Inclusive Grantmaking