2018 State of Native Youth Report: Generation Indigenous

On November 16, the Center for Native American Youth released its annual State of Native Youth report. The report highlights young leaders who are working hard to create a brighter future for tribal nations, the programs that help them do so, and the policy issues that impact their lives. The report also shares what we’ve learned from community meetings with youth and service providers about the priorities and solutions that matter most. 

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Gen-I #OptOutside Call to Action

This month, the Center for Native American Youth in partnership with REI is starting our #OptOutside Call to Action. Meant to help showcase how Native youth interact, use, and view nature and the outdoors, we are asking for your help. Show us how you #OptOutside! With a short video or picture tell us why is nature is important to you, and why it’s important to your culture. We hope this serves as an outlet to be creative and have some fun in the name of Gen-I!  

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Red Cloud School Visits Center for Native American Youth

Red Cloud Indian School is a Roman Catholic K-12 school located in Pine Ridge, SD on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation. Red Cloud, as an affiliate with the Jesuit Schools Network, sends high school students to the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice (IFTJ) held every year in Washington D.C., to learn about social justice issues and advocate for change.
 

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