Gen-I Movement Builders Fellows Attend Decolonizing Wealth Book Launch

On Monday, October 15, Gen-I Movement Builders Fellows Maka Monture (Tlingit/Mohawk), Jarrette Werk (Aaniih Nakoda), and Michael Charles (Navajo Nation) attended the launch of Edgar Villanueva’s new book, Decolonizing Wealth. The event was hosted in New York City and featured live music from performers including Jasmine Cephas Jones (Blindspotting, Hamilton) and Anthony Ramos (Monsters and […]

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Gen-I Call to Action: Back to School!

September marks the start of our new monthly Gen-I Calls to Action! Our Call to Action is a new way to engage with the Gen-I Network and get a peek into the daily lives of Native youth. By participating, you help continue the work of the Generation Indigenous initiative and help the Network to continue […]

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Q & A with 2019 Champion for Change, Adam Soulor

Adam is 20 years old. He is from Lebanon, Connecticut and is a proud member of the Mohegan Tribe. Adam is currently a student attending Lynn University. What issues affecting Native youth are you passionate about? The issue I’m most passionate about affecting Native Youth is getting more youth from my tribe active and stepping […]

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Youth Leaders Attend Indigenous People’s March in Washington, D.C.

On Friday January 18, 2019, youth leaders along with Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) staff attended the Indigenous People’s March (IPM) in Washington, D.C. The IPM served as an opportunity to “Unite Indigenous peoples across the world to stand together and to bring awareness to the injustices affecting Indigenous, men, women, and children,” according […]

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