​ CNAY Hosts Filipino Youth Leaders in Washington, D.C.

Twenty-four Filipino youth from Mindanao, the southern region of the Philippines, visited CNAY for our first youth roundtable meeting of Summer 2018. The youth were participants from the U.S. State Department’s Philippine Youth Leadership Program (PYLP).
 

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​CNAY Welcomes Cheyenne River Youth Project Growing into Wowachinyepi Champions for Change

On April 8-11, the Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute welcomed five Native youth advocates and two program coordinators from the Cheyenne River Youth Project (CRYP) to Washington, DC. Oliver, Daniel, Randi, Jaymalee, Claudia and their chaperones come from Growing into Wowachinyepi (Growing into Leadership), a pilot youth recognition program inspired by CNAY’s Champions for Change.
 

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CNAY-Brown Summer Scholarship for Native High School Students

The Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute (CNAY) has partnered with Brown University Pre-College Programs to award full-tuition, residential scholarships for two Native students to attend a Brown University Pre-College program during summer 2018. The CNAY-Brown Summer Scholarship covers tuition, room and board, application fees, and program fees. Travel support is also available for the two scholarship recipients. 
 

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Mariah Gladstone's Indigikitchen on Toasted Sister Podcast

When Champion for Change Mariah Gladstone was a young girl, she had a dream about cookies and her mom helped bring them to real life. She still dreams about food and turns them into recipes, only now, she produces her own cooking show called Indigikitchen. In this episode of Toasted Sister, a podcast about Native American foods, Mariah talks about the Blackfeet diet and how sacrifices from her ancestors paid for her existence. View the original post here.  

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