CNAY Welcomes Former U.S. Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to Advisory Board

The Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute is proud to welcome former U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell to its Board of Advisors. 

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RSVP to Meet the Champions for Change in DC

The Champions for Change know what it means to accept the call to leadership. These five Native American youth each lead by inspiring other young people to take action, while demonstrating a deep commitment and accountability to their tribal communities. Join us in celebrating their efforts and learning what young Native leaders need to build strong futures for tribal communities.
 

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Meet the speakers for this year's Champions for Change panel discussion at The Aspen Institute in Washington, DC.

Opening Remarks:  

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CNAY Celebrates Retirement of Offensive Chief Wahoo Mascot

On January 29, Major League Baseball’s Cleveland franchise announced plans to retire its divisive Chief Wahoo mascot from the team’s uniforms in 2019. The Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute (CNAY) recognizes that the misrepresentation of Native peoples through racist imagery, team names and mascots has been a longtime priority for Native youth activists and advocacy groups.  

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