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2018 Gen-I MBF Fellows

MEET THE GEN-I MOVEMENT BUILDERS FELLOWS Click here to learn more about the Generation Indigenous Movement Builders Fellowship. JoRee LaFrance, Apsáalooke (Crow) Nation, fights for clean water. As a technician for the Crow Water Quality Project, JoRee has identified uranium, E. coli, and coliform contaminants in her tribal waterways. Given the history of industrial development […]

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Q & A with 2019 Champion for Change, Shandiin Herrera

Shandiin is 21 years old. She is from Monument Valley, Utah and is a proud member of the Navajo Nation. Shandiin is currently attending Duke University. What issues affecting Native youth are you passionate about? I would like to be a source for Native youth to seek information on the plethora of opportunities open to […]

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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 […]

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