We are Native Women, Woven with Resilience

In honor of Women's History Month, 2019 Champion for Change Shandiin Herrera of the Navajo Nation writes in this guest blog about the strength she finds in her identity as a Native woman. In the blog, Herrera honors the women of her past who have paved the way, thanks the women of the present who empower her, and gives advice for women in the future.   

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Champion for Change EllaMae Looney Presents at ATNI

EllaMae Looney is 17 years old and an enrolled member of the Confederated Bands and Tribes of the Yakima Nation. This year, she will graduate from Nixyaawii Community School in Pendleton, OR. In the fall, EllaMae will attend University of Oregon on a full scholarship, where she will study linguistics to support more language preservation for her community. 

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Mariah Gladstone's Indigikitchen on Toasted Sister Podcast

When Champion for Change Mariah Gladstone was a young girl, she had a dream about cookies and her mom helped bring them to real life. She still dreams about food and turns them into recipes, only now, she produces her own cooking show called Indigikitchen. In this episode of Toasted Sister, a podcast about Native American foods, Mariah talks about the Blackfeet diet and how sacrifices from her ancestors paid for her existence. View the original post here.  

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