Youth and Education news
Volume 2 December, 2011
White House Highlights Native American Youth as
‘Champions of Change’
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When one asks where we should begin when improving Indian Country's most serious issues, the most common answers are suicide and bullying prevention, energy efficiency and healthy eating.
We must also begin with youth, the most important and effective people who can change our world.
President Obama is encouraging youth to help our world through through
Champions of Change.
The program was created as part of Obama’s Winning the Future
initiative. The program highlights different issues each week,
groups of Champions working to better
These Native youth are "examples of the generation that will build a stronger future for Indian country by continuing to address the challenges facing American Indians and Alaska Natives,” said Charlie Galbraith from Intergovernmental Affairs.
Here are the Native youth Champions of Change:
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