Pyramid's Work in Indian Country: September 2013

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Posted: Sep 18, 2013


Pyramid supports the self-determination, sustainability, and self-expression of Indian nations, Native corporations, and Indian organizations by equipping them with the communications tools they need to more effectively tell their stories, influence opinions, and achieve their goals.

What's New at Pyramid

Tides of Change: The Story of the Qwuloolt Estuary

Amidst environmental threats to its local estuary, the Tulalip Tribes faced a challenge: imparting the complex, intimate relationship between a people and a place.

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Finding Common Streams

By mapping the journeys of the Coho, Steelhead, and Spring Chinook, Yakama Nation Fisheries shared the importance of its work on the Columbia River.

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Clients Making An Impact

Bringing Culture to the Classroom

Learn how one Haida family of Sealaska shareholders brings its culture and community to the classroom.

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The Faces of Lummi's Next Generation

With the help of longtime Pyramid partner Spike Mafford, students from the Lummi Youth Academy created self-portraits to be displayed at Lummi Nation's new administrative building—a testament to the next generation.

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Twitter: @JohnHHoyt
John Hoyt founded Pyramid Communications more than twenty years ago on the then-audacious idea that a communications agency could be successful working solely for causes. Since 1993, he's been leading his team of communications strategists to deliver results for mission-driven organizations, and has served as a key champion of Pyramid’s work in Indian Country. John strives to craft solutions for seemingly unsolvable issues—even if it takes 10 years. Follow him on Twitter @JohnHHoyt.