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The American Indian Policy Center (AIPC) was founded in 1992, as a non-profit serving the Midwest Indian community. It was born out of a decade's worth of discussions among the founding group of American Indian professionals. What was needed, in the view of the founders, was a forum for American Indians and the wider community to discuss the challenges of contemporary Indian life--a place for diverse and divergent voices and perspectives.

Today the Center focuses on research, policy development and education on critical Indian issues. We sponsor two annual forums on significant issues of public policy, from primary education to preservation of treaty rights. We also work to expand research on Indian issues using a unique model of Reality-Based Research.

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