Tag: center for native american youth
Sarah Sunshine Manning
From podcasters to protectors, to mothers to teachers, here are six indigenous women who are making an impact on Indian country.
Native youth benefit from non-profit camp, Pathkeepers for Indigenous Knowledge
Joaquin Ray Gallegos
Joaquin Ray Gallegos, from the Jicarilla Apache Nation and the Pueblo of Santa Ana, was raised to be a connection-maker. Read about his successes here
Our Native youth are the future of Indian country. There is perhaps no better list of achievements than those attained by the young people who inspire us to make the world a better place. Here is a list of true champions for 2017.
Cierra Fields was only 14 she...
An annual Native Youth Gathering, summer school and after school programs, the Native NERDS program created by Dahkota Kicking Bear Brown is a great cause
A young, dedicated dancer explores the meaning behind some of her favorite pieces of pow wow regalia
Access to dental care in Indian country will increase in Washington state with the signing of a bill allowing use of dental health therapists.
Cierra Fields of the Oklahoma Cherokee Nation, was removed from her classroom on Tuesday after refusing to stand for or say the pledge of allegiance.
A complete transcript of former Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and ICMN’s exclusive roundtable discussion on January 18.
I couldn’t stand by and willingly hand over my choices as a woman - I decided to join the Women's March on Oklahoma with other Indigenous women like me
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