AICF

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AcronymDefinition
AICFAction Internationale Contre la Faim (French)
AICFAmerican Indian College Fund (Denver, CO)
AICFAmbassador International Cultural Foundation
AICFAll India Christian Federation (Andhra Pradesh, India)
AICFArmy Internal Calibration Facility
AICFAnterior Interbody Cervical Fusion
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Seven higher education institutions that enroll and support Native American students received more than $17,000 in grant funds as part of the American Indian College Fund's "Think Indian" Community Awareness program.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be sent to the American Indian College Fund which works to increase the number of American Indians who hold college degrees (https://collegefund.org/).
Coverage includes the Navajo Tribal Council, the Iroquois tax and reservoir protests, the American Indian Movement, the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978, and the American Indian College Fund. There is a wealth of information on treaties and legal cases of the 1970s and later.
is donating $1 million to the American Indian College Fund (the College Fund).
The American Indian College Fund (2013) states that there are 34 fully accredited tribal colleges and universities throughout the United States.
22 The world premiere of Disney's The Lone Ranger will be held at California Adventure, benefiting the American Indian College Fund, with proceeds used for scholarships and other support for Native American students.
Salazar lawsuit-challenging the government's mismanagement of the trust funds of a half-million Native Americans-would be administered by the American Indian College Fund.
Due to the efforts of the American Indian College Fund and through investments in tribal schools and Native students from the private sector and companies like Citi, we are slowly seeing a change in the number of Native Americans earning post-secondary education degrees.
* The American Indian College Fund has established The Estee Lauder Tribal Scholars Program with an inaugural gift of $11,000 for the 2011 -12 academic year.
The Posse Foundation, United Negro College Fund, Hispanic Scholarship Fund, Appalachian Leadership and Education Foundation and the American Indian College Fund would receive $125,000 each, while AfriCare a would receive $100,000, the White House said.
Many of his prize money would go to help minority students, with the Posse Foundation, the United Negro College Fund, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and the American Indian College Fund, each receiving 125,000 dollars.
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