The California Native American Chaplains Commission

Lopez, Jamika P.
July 2006
News from Native California;Summer2006, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p8
The article focuses on the creation of the California Native American Chaplains Commission (CNACC) in 2003. According to its mission statement, CNACC was established to create a united voice by bringing Native American spiritual leaders working in state institutions together with community members and advocates to create a coexisting relationship between the governing institutions, agencies, and departments, and the Native American community.


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