NAIA is dreaming of a place to call home. Share and donate.

NAIA is dreaming of a place to call home.  Share and donate.


If you haven’t seen our new video showing our vision for NAIA Cultural Center Circle of Life Building, please check it out.

We also have a GoFundMe Page set up for donations:


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Young Native American Performers – Talent Search

NAIA received a call from publisher interested in working with a talented Native American youth rapper.  If interested, please contact NAIA at (615) 232-9179 or

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NAIA Strategic Planning Session

NAIA Strategic Planning Session

Yay!  NAIA is moving forward to do a Strategic Planning Session to create goals and objectives for NAIA.  All members new and old are invited to attend and contribute to NAIA’s future.   This will be held at the Long Hunter State Park on October 29, 2016 at 10:00 am.



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New Miss NAIA Princess – 2017

Please welcome our the new Miss NAIA Princess 2017 – Brittany Fire Crow (Buffalo Ear Woman).  Miss Brittany  was crowned on October 15, 2016 at the 2016 Annual NAIA Indian Education Pow Wow and Fall Festival.  She is an enrolled member of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe of Montana.  Miss Brittany’s full name is (Karrie) Brittany Fire Crow and she is named after her great grandmother Carrie White Wolf (maiden name) American Horse (1st marriage) White Hawk (2nd marriage), both English and Cheyenne Name.   Brittany graduated high school from Nashville Metro Schools and has been living here in Tennessee since she was 10 years old.   She has volunteered for NAIA for the past 10 years.  Miss Brittany is seeking a higher education and will be attending college here in Tennessee. She is looking forward to representing NAIA to bring respect, honor and good will.  Yay!


We also invite your to send a big Thank You to Miss Allie Honey for her hard work and dedication these past two years.  Miss Honey has done a beautiful job representing NAIA.

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2016 NAIA Annual Indian Education Pow Wow and Fall Festival – October 14-16, 2016

Singers sing, dancer dance, feathers fly, bells ring
and fringes undulate… it’s Pow Wow Time!

Welcome all singers, dancers, performers, friends and family!

This performance is funded in part by a grant from South Arts in Partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and Tennessee Arts Commission.
Past participants at the NAIA Powwow “Touch the Earth with Native People”

35th Annual NAIA Indian Education Pow Wow & Fall Festival
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