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What's New with TNAS?
we are- History and Identity of TNAS
- The Triangle
Native American Society (TNAS) is an urban tribal organization.
In 1983, a group of individuals assembled to organize a society for
American Indian people living in the Triangle area.
- The Triangle Native American
Society, a non-profit, tax-exempt organization, was founded in 1984
and incorporated in 1985 to promote and protect the identity of Native
Americans in the Triangle area of North Carolina.
- Triangle Native American Society
achieved state recognition as an Urban Indian Organization from the
North Carolina Commission of Indian Affairs in March 2000.
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The Triangle Native American Society
(TNAS) is a visionary entity empowering American Indian people residing
in the Triangle Community to become resilient leaders advocating for
educational advancement, economic sufficiency, self-determination and
cultural inclusiveness and awareness by capitalizing and building upon
the strengths of the community and the infrastructure that promotes
and encourages the blending of diverse groups.
Purpose of TNAS
- The purpose of the
TNAS is to act as the official governing urban Indian organization
in the triangle community. Furthermore, the organization seeks to
unite American Indians together bridging various unique culture and
traditional blends while holistically attending to the needs of the
Indian population residing in the community. These will be accomplished
by the following:
1. To obtain and administer
funds to address the needs of the Indian constituency residing
in the triangle community;
2. To provide residents residing in the triangle community information
and referral services;
3. To educate, stimulate and cultivate cultural awareness through
programming and other forms of media;
4. To promote unity and leadership to achieve political and developmental
strength while providing effective advocacy for the American Indian
5. To further strength educational achievement through providing
a culturally relevant learning community.
TNAS Leadership for 2014-2015
a Part of Triangle Native American Society (TNAS)(Please Click on the
button for more information)
BYLAWS (Please Click on the button to access bylaws in PDF format)
Meetings & Directions
Members meet on the first Monday
of each month at 6:30 PM, at the Indian Education Center at 201 Avery Street, Garner, NC.
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If you have any questions please
contact TNAS via e-mail.
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Triangle Native American Society
P.O. Box 26841
Raleigh, NC 27611
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