The following materials were developed for use by Tribal Nations and organizations to disseminate information surrounding the COVID-19 vaccines. All materials are available for public use, including videos, one-pagers, and social media images. Click the links below for quick access to materials.


#COVID-19 + Native Youth

Caleb Aguirre (Oneida) sat down with SGCETC to discuss his experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic, receiving his doses of the vaccine, and how mental health challenges played a major part of his experience over the last year.

A special thank you to Oneida Nation for partnering with SGCETC to make this episode a success.

Stay tuned for additional Native Youth video episodes coming Summer 2021!


#COVID-19 Vaccine Informational Videos + Toolkit Resources

The Differences in #COVID19 Vaccine video for Tribal governments was developed to assist Tribal nations and organizations disseminate fact-based information about the differences between the Moderna, Pfizer, and Johnson & Johnson vaccines, how they work within your body, and the benefits of getting a COVID-19 vaccine.
Differences in #COVID-19 Vaccines
Full Toolkit
Differences in COVID-19 Vaccines
One- Pager
Differences in #COIV-19 Vaccines
Social Media Toolkit

The #COVID19 Variants & Vaccines video was developed to assist Tribal nations and organizations disseminate fact-based information about the three COVID-19 vaccines and their efficacy against the variants in the virus.
#COVID19 Variants & Vaccines
FULL Toolkit
#COVID19 Variants & Vaccines
One-Pager
#COVID19 Variants & Vaccines
Social Media Toolkit

Tribal Community Stories + Vaccines

The “Why I Decided to Take the Vaccine” video shares thoughts from Tribal citizens across the country on why they decided to get the vaccine.
The “What are credible sources of information” video shares thoughts from Tribal citizens across the country on what they consider to be credible sources of information to learn about the safety of vaccines.
The “What Side Effects Did You Experience” video shares thoughts from Tribal citizens across the country on side effects they experienced after getting the vaccine.

Agenda

Thursday, August 4

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Agenda

Wednesday, August 3

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Agenda

Tuesday, August 2

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7:30 am
Registration (Location: Sequoia)

9:00 am
Posting of Colors (Location: Grand Peninsula Ballroom)

9:05 am
Welcome & Opening Prayer

9:10 am
Time of Reflection

9:25 am
Welcome & Opening Message from SGCETC Board of Directors 

9:30 am
Welcome from Tribal Nations within California and Discussion of Hot  Topics

10:15 am
Discussion with Assistant Secretary – Indian Affairs Bryan Newland

10:30 am
Break

10:45 am
Establishing the Bay Area American Indian Cultural District

11:00 am
COVID Update and Indian Health Service Initiatives to Improve Health and Wellbeing

11:30 am
International Decade (2022 – 2032) of Indigenous Language Preservation

11:45 am
Lunch Break

1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Breakout Sessions

 2:00 pm – 2:15 pm
Networking Break

2:15 pm – 3:30 pm
Breakout Sessions

3:30 pm- 3:45 pm
Break

3:45 pm
Threats to Tribal Sovereignty: Protecting the Indian Child Welfare Act

(Location: Grand Peninsula Ballroom)

4:05 pm
Self-Governance Updates from DOI, IHS, and DOT

4:45 pm
Tiwahe Initiative – Federal Updates

 

Additional Meetings and Activities

11:30 am – 5:00 pm
DOI SGDB Training Room (Sand Pebble D)

11:30 am – 5:00 pm
Individual Meetings with OSG Staff- Open (Board Rooms 3 & 4)

6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Tribal Caucus for the Food Distribution Program for Indian Reservations Consultation Meeting (Cypress A)