Native Village
Youth and Education news
January 1, 2011 Volume 2

"The Storyteller, 11003 B.C.
Painting by Martin Pate, National Park Service

"... if enough people stood up at a time and told stories, and we listened, we wouldn't have time for a war." Sherman Alexie

Aboriginal Youth Programs Extended

Native Leader Explains Tlingit Education's Relevance for All Societies

Controversy Surrounds Book Read in Helena High Schools

Beck and Crew Attack Native American Student For Singing a Song Honoring Troops at Reid Rally

ASU Center Bringing New Life to Native Languages

IUPUI, Pokagon Band of Potawatomi Sign First of It's Kind Agreement with Indiana

American Indian Graduate Center Awards First Fellowship to Shinnecock Law Student

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