Native Village
Youth and Education news
January 2010 Volume 4

The full moon rises over Tok, Alaska

"There's only one thing that separates us from our ancestors,
and that's time."
Andrew Abyo, Alutiiq and Aleut

Olympic Mascots 2010: How Many Aboriginal Symbols and People are Used in These Games?

Ban on Native Dancing in Noorvik Overturned

Berry Leads Revival of Southeastern-Style Beadwork

 2010 Native American $1.00 Coin Design Unveiled

 In Wyoming, Basketball Drives Reservation's Pride

Opening the Door Wide for Native Athletes

Notah Named 2009 Golf Magazine Innovator of the Year

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