Native Village
Youth and Education news
September 2010 Volume 1


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Debra Yepa-Pappan, Jemez Pueblo

 "These lands are the lands our ancestors prepared for us to live on because they knew that things in the future might not be the way they used to be ...  the land is the most important thing that [Native Hawaiians] have. Everything that we are stems from the land."   Frank Damas

International Day of the World's Indigenous People Celebrated

An Apology for the Inuit Five Decades in the Making  

Native American Groups Demand Apology from Mayor for "Racist" Remarks

Yurok Indians Exult at Return of Sacred Cache 

Makah Welcome Tribal Canoe Journey to Neah Bay 

Flag from Custer's Last Stand Could Raise Millions

Unicode Simplifies Using Cherokee Language on Computers

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