The HeartLines Project is researching, developing, and publishing tribally-specific stories, histories, articles, and place based knowledge for children, youth, and adults. Various print, video, audio, and electronic media are being produced which document and provide accessible, authentic, and meaningful portrayals of the history, stories, and contemporary experiences of American Indian people and American Indian nations. In addition, through the HeartLines Project, CAIPAR staff design and host professional development opportunities for K-12 teachers regionally and host national symposia for professionals from state and local agencies as well as institutions of higher education.

Recently featured on the PBS series Religion & Ethics Newsweekly.


The HeartLines Mission

The HeartLines project is made possible through funding from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation.

Photo credits

Indian Paintbrush, by Eugene Beckes

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