Native Village
Youth and Education news
October 2010 Volume 1



The BIA Willow (Bureau of Indian Affairs)
by Marion Hansson, Kiowa ]

"Every hero is somebody else's villain.  Heroism and villainy are just two sides of the same coin."    Felipe Fernandez-Armesto 

[Editor's Note: Each leaf honors one of the 560+ Indian tribes recognized by the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs. 
Even more tribes remain unrecognized.]

Native Voices Heard at National Language Summit

13 Moon Walk for Peace

Hopi Man Works to Keep Hopi Culture, Traditions Alive

Sacred Sheep Revive Navajo Tradition, For Now

Natives, Others Promote Healing After Radio Insult

American Indian Claim Staked Out in Brunswick

Staten Island's Colossal Native American Monument That Wasn't

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