Celebrating the Rich, Diverse Cultures of The Americas' First Peoples


Opportunities and websites
November, 2014
Opportunities Highlights

2014 White House Tribal Nations Conference
Occupation of Alcatraz 45th Anniversary
BIA Rights-Of-Ways on Indigenous Lands
Listening Sessions on Native American Studentsí Educational Environment
Support the American Indian Teacher Loan Forgiveness Act of 2014
Traditional Indigenous Healing
Teachers Against Prejudice High School Essay Contest
First Nations Native Agriculture and Food Systems Scholarship Program
Positive Indian Parenting
EPA's People, Prosperity and the Planet Program
Libraries Highlights

Black Bear's Ledger Book
Yellow Bird and the Thunder
Native American Heritage Month Recipes
The Indigenous Rights Risk Report
How Much Do You Know About Native American Education?
My Mother, the First Native American Super Model
Urban Relocation Project
The Redskins' Name -- Catching Racism
Circle of Life Curriculum
Thanksgiving Virtual Field Trip
The Language Nest Online Toolkit
Wahzhazhe: An Osage Ballet
Native Plant Dyes
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Native Village on Facebook
Posting the Latest in News and Events

Grandmothers Council
Official Internet Youth Forum
The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers
Other Women Elders in the Grandmothers' Circle:

Wilma Mankiller,  Gloria Steinem,  Tenzin Palmo,    
Luisah Teish,   Her Holiness Sai Maa Lakshmi Devi,   
Carole Moseley-Braun,   Alice Walker,
Helena Norberg-Hodge  

For the Next  7 Generations
 Documentary Film about The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers
Native Village Resources
 Native Voices ART GALLERY
Native Art Inspires
words from the circle
Native American Quotes
Native village news Archives  opportunities archives

 Inspiration Highlights
Pocahontas jewelry
The Iroquois Thanksgiving Address

Seneca Thanksgiving Prayer
Thanksgiving: The National Day of Mourning

A wake for an Indian warrior
Leonard Peltier's Indigenous Day Speech
Barack Obama Remembers Elouise Cobell
2014 State of Indian Nation Address

An Immigration Viewpoint

Messages From the People Highlights

Twenty Worst Crimes of the Europeans

Squanto's Garden
Watching The People That Have Landed
Paintings Created Hundreds of years After Feast Aren't Historically, Factually Accurate
Residential Boarding Schools in Western New York
In November U.s. Honors Contributors of American Indians, Alaska Natives
The First Slaves

Convention on the Prevention and Punishment on the Crime of Genocide
The Seaflower, Native slaves, and King Philip's war

editorials  Highlights
The REAL Thanksgiving
Power of the pen in early America

Murder on a Reservation


This Month in Native American History 
By Phil Konstantin

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Moon of the popping trees
Inupiaq culture
By Mary Anniagruk Sage
Messages to Youth from Leonard Peltier
 Supporting the Leonard Peltier Defense offense Committee
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National Center for Great Lakes Native American Culture
American Indian Center Indianapolis
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"Native American Teens: Who we are"
(Nickelodeon/ PBS)

Rabbit and Bear Paws
graphic novels
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You are not alone network 

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Catching the Dream scholarships
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Native American Music Awards
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