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45.308: Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services Program

Alternate Name: NANH-Museums
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Overview

Program Number
45.308
Status
Active
Last Modified
Sept. 21, 2022
Date Posted
Sept. 21, 2022
Objective
The Native American/Native Hawaiian Museum Services program (NANH-Museums) serves Federally recognized Native American tribes and Native Hawaiians by supporting projects that sustain heritage, culture, and knowledge. There are three program goals with two to four associated objectives each. GOAL 1: Empower people of all ages and backgrounds through experiential and cross-disciplinary learning and discovery. Obj 1.1: Support public programs, adult programs, family programs, and early childhood programs. Obj 1.2: Support exhibitions, interpretation, and digital media. Obj 1.3: Support in-school and out-of-school educational programs. Obj 1.4: Support the professional development of the Native American and Native Hawaiian museum workforce. GOAL 2: Build the capacity of organizations to serve their communities. Obj 2.1: Support institutional planning and policy development. Obj 2.2: Support technology enhancements. GOAL 3: Advance the management and care of Native American and Native Hawaiian collections and their associated documentation. Obj 3.1: Support cataloging, inventorying, and registration; collections information management; and collections planning. Obj 3.2: Support conservation and environmental improvement and/or rehousing; conservation surveys; and conservation treatment. Obj 3.3: Support database management, digital asset management, and digitization. Obj 3.4: Support the preservation and perpetuation of indigenous languages and traditional cultural practices.
Type of Assistance
B - Project Grants
Applicant Eligibility
Federally Recognized Indian Tribe: To be eligible for funding as this type of entity, an organization must be an “Indian tribe,” which means any tribe, band, nation, or other organized group or community, including any Alaska native village, regional corporation, or village corporation (as defined in, or established pursuant to, the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (43 U.S.C. 1601 et seq.)), which is recognized as eligible for the special programs and services provided by the United States to Indians because of their status as Indians. A list of eligible entities is available from the Bureau of Indian Affairs. Nonprofit Organization that Primarily Serves and Represents Native Hawaiians: To be eligible for funding as this type of entity, an organization must be a nonprofit that primarily serves and represents Native Hawaiians, as that term is defined in 20 U.S.C. § 7517. In order for a museum to be eligible, it must demonstrate that it is established as an organization that meets this statutory eligibility criteria.
Beneficiary Eligibility
Not Applicable
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