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Native Americans living on the rural and remote reservations of the Southwest struggle daily with isolation, limited employment opportunities, and a harsh and resource-poor environment. Poverty is all too common, and weighs most heavily on those most fragile especially Elders and their multi-generational extended families. The Council of Indian Nations provides program services that benefit Native Americans throughout the desert southwest.
When Annie opened her stocking, she was pleased to find two blankets, a laundry bag, socks and much more. Her sister said, "I'm glad we decided to come out today!"
Adella happily talked about Christmas. Giving and giving thanks was central to her holiday season. She recalled Christmas as being mostly a happy time, including lighting the tree and sharing a meal as a family.