Episode 23: Native Connection & Community
McQuaid Mission • 23m
We take an inside look at the important work of Native American Connections. President and CEO Dede Yazzie Devine joins us live in studio to discuss how they help provide safe and affordable housing for our Native communities and beyond. Native American Fatherhood and Families Association President Al Pooley will also join us to explore the importance of the family unit when it comes to getting people off the streets.
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