Google Cultural Institute

Since its inception in 1998, the Harvard Project’s Honoring Nations has awarded 142 tribal programs that represent the very best in local self-governance, and serve as models of inspiration, innovation, and achievement. We invite you to dive into the stories of the Ohero:kon Youth Rites of Passage Program that supports Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) teens reconnect with their roots, the Miami Tribe of Oklahoma Language Revitalization that builds pathways for their people to maintain cultural identity through learning their native language, the Chickasaw Nation Sick Child Care Program that supports working families and improves community health, the Joint Tribal-State Jurisdiction which focuses on rehabilitation through the justice system, or the Tulalip Tribal Court AlterNative Sentencing Program to better understand the new standards of a culturally appropriate justice system to create safer communities.

Visit the Google Arts & Culture Honoring Nations Collection