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Youth and Education News

December 1, 2013

Bear's FirE

by MJ Marin -- Navajo, (Salt Clan); Laguna Pueblo, (Bear Clan); Washoe, and Mexican

"I would like to encourage all of the young people to learn about the teachings in your families,  and to do them according to how you were taught."   
Tom Wadsworth, Shoshone-Bannock

 NCAI Resolution to Repay Improperly Taxed American Veterans

Oklahoma Honors Choctaw Code Talkers

 Turkey Emerges As Unlikely Benefactor For Warm Springs Tribe

Tree Downed By Storm May Be Trail Marker From 1800s  

The Band of American Women Who Tried to Stop Andrew Jackson's Native American Removal Policy  

Tlingit Ventriloquism, A Way To Keep The Language Alive

A Cheyenne Odyssey" Gives Middle School Students a Plains Indian Perspective

 Last Original Code Talker Shares Story, Accomplishments with SFIS Students

 UTC ROTC Plans Collaboration With Cherokee

 NEO's Native American Graduates Continue To Increase

 8 Tribes That Are Way Ahead of the Climate-Adaptation Curve

 Senator Vitter Takes Aim At Historic Agreement To Protect 757 Species

 5 Native American Herbs For The Cold and Flu Season

 What's In a Name? Map Shows "True Names" Of Michigan Cities

2014 NACF Artist Fellowships 

 Film Series Grounds Itself in Sacred Lands

  Indigenous Games: Holistic Alternative to the World Cup and Olympics

  Redwood Empire's Forgotten NBA Big Man

Capitol Christmas Tree Felled in Colville National Forest

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