Native American Youth: Our Identities as Civic Power

At a time when national dialogues about identity are more divisive than ever, Native youth are using the strength of their cultures to come together, reach out to others, and mobilize toward meaningful community change. Throughout history, Native peoples have been the targets of U.S. policies designed to strip them of the very cultural strengths that ensured their survival. Today’s Native youth are drawing on that same resilience to battle staggering disparities in health, education, economic opportunity, and more. We see examples of this resilience in youth leaders and youth councils throughout the country who use connections to land, relationships with elders, and ancestral teachings to strengthen the lessons of the past and inspire their peers to build strong futures for tribal communities.
 

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10/26 Gen-I NOW: Register for the Native American Career Success Academy

  

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8/16 Gen-I NOW: QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship

This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about the QuestBridge National College Match Scholarship

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