About the Marketplace
The National Indian Health Board’s 2021 National Tribal Public Health Summit Marketplace offers an outstanding opportunity to showcase the talents and craftsmanship of American Indian and Alaska Native artists. The National Indian Health Board is providing the Native American Heritage Month Marketplace to the public, free of charge in order to promote Native-owned, small businesses and artists while respecting the fact that live gatherings are not being permitted right now in most parts of the country. Visitors will be able to browse listings and even make purchases directly through the marketplace via PayPal. The Marketplace will be open April 19 - 30, 2021.
Any and all transactions processed through the marketplace are between the buyer and the vendor/seller of the purchased goods. The National Indian Health Board is not responsible for the fulfillment, shipping, condition, or quality of the goods ordered through the online marketplace. NIHB is also not responsible for the timeliness of shipping, the prices of goods being sold, the communicativeness of vendors/sellers and buyers, the nature of communication between vendors/sellers and buyers, and the processing of payments. Buyers should contact the vendors directly for any questions or concerns regarding goods purchased through the marketplace.