Every ticket purchased for NAU’s final football game of the season will include a custom Native American Heritage NAU beanie. 25% of all ticket package proceeds will go to Native Americans for Community Action, Inc. (NACA) to help support all in the Flagstaff community we serve!
On the NAU axe, there are logos and graphics that represent NAU Office of Native American Initiatives’ Core Values of Relationships, Responsibility, Respect, and Resilience. These logos and graphics are a collective representation of values that are upheld within many different Indigenous communities.
The Relationships value of feathers represent the trust, honor, wisdom, and strength that is necessary in establishing and cultivating relationships.
The Responsibility value is a sun that illustrates responsibility by showing the effect that it has by reaching out with its rays. It also signifies the beginning of a new day as it rises from the east.
The Respect value is represented by a water graphic. Water is used here to visually express the importance of respect and the value of community approval and honor.
The Resilience value is represented as a corn stalk. Corn is a resilient crop. It also symbolizes the growth students experience through support in their education.
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