Sally Jewell Featured in Carnegie Corporation "Great Immigrants" Series

Every year near July 4th, Carnegie Corporation of New York honors the legacy of founder Andrew Carnegie by celebrating naturalized U.S. citizens whose extraordinary contributions are moving the country forward. This year, the Great Immigrants series featured former Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and highlighted her continued commitment to Indigenous youth as a Board Member for the Center for Native American Youth and strong supporter of Obama's Generation Indigenous initiative. Click here for the full story  

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RSVP: Gen-I Summer Youth Reception

The Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) and AT&T Center for Indigenous Politics and Policy at George Washington University will host the third annual Gen-I Native Youth Summer Networking Reception on Wednesday, July 18. Click here to RSVP.  

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2018 Gen-I Movement Builders Convene in New York City

To support Indigenous youth activists, the Center for Native American Youth launched the Gen-I Movement Builders Fellowship (MBF), a six-month intensive leadership development program that aims to strengthen the voice and role of Native American youth in broader social justice movements. The inaugural class – Michael Charles, Maka Monture, JoRee LaFrance, Austin Weahkee and Jarrette Werk – met for the first time in June for a three-day convening in New York City where they connected with fellow youth leaders, seasoned Native activists, philanthropists, and organizations aiming to uplift young people and their communities. 

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