Fresh Tracks Forum at CNAY
The Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute cordially invites you to an afternoon in Washington D.C. with Fresh Tracks—where the environment meets social justice to train and mobilize diverse young leaders.
Thursday, January 17th 2019 3:00-4:30 pm
*Reception to follow
The Aspen Institute
2300 N Street NW, Suite 700
Washington, DC 20037
We are pleased to bring together youth leaders from the Fresh Tracks program to share their experience using the outdoors as a platform to build leadership skills, learn about and celebrate one another’s diverse cultures, and create community action plans for confronting issues at the intersection of social and environmental justice.
Welcome by Erik Stegman, Executive Director, Center for Native American Youth
Remarks by Dan Porterfield, CEO, The Aspen Institute
Remarks by Michael Smith, Director, Youth Opportunity Programs at the Obama Foundation & Director, My Brother’s Keeper Alliance
Fresh Tracks Youth Leader Panel Discussion
Measuring the Success of Fresh Tracks by Dr. SharoniLIttle, My Brother’s Keeper Compton, Fresh Tracks Evaluator
Special Screening: Fresh Tracks Video
Reception with Refreshments
PANELISTS: Devin Edwards, MBK Boston, Fresh Tracks Trainer, Anthony Tamez, Wuskwi Sipihk First Nations Cree and Sicangu Lakota, 2018 CNAY Champion for Change, Fresh Tracks Trainer, Carina Cisneros,
Fresh Tracks Trainer, Madison White, Mohawk of Akwesasne, 2018 Fresh Tracks Participant.
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