Native Village Youth and Education News

May 1, 2009 Issue 198 Volume 1

Valentina LaPier, Blackfoot
"When we walk upon Mother Earth, we always plant our feet carefully because we know the faces of our future generations are looking up at us from beneath the ground. We never forget them. "
Oren Lyons, Onondaga Nation


A Native Grandmother's Epic Walk for the Water

Rediscovering Tecumseh's Vision


Maliseet Grandfather Canoe Comes Home for Visit

A Tribe Comes Home

Dutch Museum Shows New York's Birth Certificate

Mounties Learn About the Cree Experience


Kiwis Not Sweet on Inuit Tourist's Complaints


Indigenous Language Institute Wins Verizon Award


Seminole Tribe Museum Earns National Accreditation


UCSB Historian Wins Bancroft Book Prize



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