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Our primary objective is to create a technology ecosphere to promote and support indigenous resources and communities. Fan.C growth is dependent on information provided by consumers, businesses, and indigenous people. We need data from you so that when Fan.C is launched, it will include people and businesses that are already engaged in indigenous communities. Your data will never be released unless you authorize us to do so.  While the Fan.C platform is being built, you can provide us your info via email. We will notify you if a business or consumer is looking for resources and you can determine if you want to be networked. When the platform is complete, you will be able to register in the app for your own personalized dashboard of Indian Country activity!


Image:  Jay Winter Nightwolf of WPFW 89.3 - “The American Indian’s Truths - Nightwolf - "The Most Dangerous Show On Radio”.


Latest Drawing winners:  Congratulations to the 4th Fan.C survey drawing winners- Caroh Holley, Tracy Roberts, and Amy Sapp.  Jay Winter Nightwolf and Karen Collins drew the names.

              See the drawing video.  See American Indian Society event images.


1st winner:  Don Côqayohômuwôk Chapman -- Don received the "Support Indigenous Peoples Day" shirt shown above from Moc70

2nd winner:  Karen Lynch-Harley -- Karen is an exceptional artist and painter. Read about her in Today's Native Rising.

3rd winner:   Jerry Skyles


Be sure to check out the Moc70 'We Are Water' and 'Make America Native Again' shirts!

The next drawing date will not be announced so get your survey in soon!


#TodaysNativeRising #FanCBuyNative

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moc70

Native owned business

Moc70 is one of our premier indigenous business sponsors. Check them out for a unique variety of bags, tees, hoodies, hats and accessories- all designed with the indigenous Citizen in mind.

Moc70 is NATIVE owned and is a premier apparel line specializing in designs of the indigenous Eastern Woodland Indians.


Tell them Fan.C sent you.  #FanCBuyNative

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