Native Village Youth and Education News
November, 2009  Volume 4 Headlines

Photo by Lee Marmon, Laguna Pueblo

"From the time Europeans colonized America, the policy has gone from genocide to assimilation. It's remarkable Indian people have persisted with their languages and culture. Five hundred years later, Indians are still Indians.
Julie Cajune, Salish

Rare Vegetarian Spider Discovered

Does Film Solve Honey Bee Mystery?

Biologists Fight to Save Rare Bison Bloodlines

The Moon is Surprisingly Wet

Daphne Odjig Honoured by Gallery for 50 Years as First Nation Artist

First Lady Selects Caddo Pottery for Collection

Native Artist's Poster Wins National Contest

Acclaimed Singer Songwriter Wins National Contest

NFL Indians were Rich in Oklahomans

Native American World Series Brings 87 Softball Teams to Mesquite Fields.

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