Native Minds. Changing Lives.

Shaping a more equitable future for everyone through education, research and community partnerships.

Building bridges between Native and non-Native communities.

We improve public health outcomes for Native American communities through education, research, and community partnerships. Native American communities experience some of the worst public health outcomes in the United States, a pattern that is linked to land seizure, forced cultural assimilation, and abuse of

the Indigenous ecosystem. 

​Redbud helps organizations, institutions, and employers become valued partners with Native peoples and their communities. Our programs utilize public health and education research to empower change by filling knowledge gaps and improve outcomes for communities experiencing chronic disparities.



  • Aug 10, 5:00 PM
    A 90-minute integrated expert panel exploring Indigenous data sovereignty and how you can reindigenize data collection and interpretation in any program or project. Participants will leave with actionable steps and first hand advice for bringing Native voices and perspectives into data sciences.
  • Aug 23, 10:00 AM – 12:30 PM PDT
    An interactive 2.5 hour workshop for individuals seeking to grow their allyship with Native peoples. Participants learn about the strengths and limitations of land acknowledgements and explore concrete, action-oriented strategies for building connections with Native communities and organizations.
  • Sep 06, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM PDT
    This discussion will highlight the importance of land back for the Konkow Valley Band of Maidu Indians. Tribal members will discuss working with property owners to get their ancestral land back and how this process is helping their tribe.

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Our Approach

Our programs are designed with the knowledge that Native communities possess the strengths, skills, and insights needed to tell their own stories, and to make their own political, legal, and social demands.

Why Our Work is Needed

Native erasure contributes to the lack of resources and massive inequities Native peoples of this country face every day. The erasure of Native people has resulted in almost 100% of Native youth feeling invisible in their classrooms, a factor directly linked to the devastating rate in which we are losing Native youth to death by suicide.

By leveraging both native and non-native strategies of supporting, empowering, and improving Native visibility, we can build healthier communities for everyone. 

How We Help

We help non-Native organizations access new audiences, develop cultural competency, and build new alliances. We help Native peoples increase Tribal visibility, sovereignty, economic outlook, and find new ways to preserve and strengthen cultural ties. The evidence based strategies we employ have the potential to improve health and wellness for all peoples. 


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