Tell Us "What Every American Should Know"

This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about What Every American Should Know, aproject by the Aspen Institute Citizenship & American Identity Program. 

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Open Call for Native American Youth Cover Art Submissions

Calling all Native American youth artists! Submit your art for a chance to be featured on the cover of the Center for Native American Youth’s annual State of Native Youth report. Until October 25, we are accepting submissions from Native American youth ages 24 and under. That’s not all: this year’s featured artist will also receive $200! 

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CNAY Visits Akwesasne Mohawk Community

In September 2017, CNAY staff visited the Akwesasne Mohawk community in northern New York to explore existing and potential supports for the local Two-Spirit community. Josie and Amber met with community members, service providers, and two of CNAY’s Two Spirit Project Advisory Panel (PAP) Members to gather varying perspectives on what is needed to support LGBTQIA+ Native youth. 

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Champions for Change Application NOW OPEN!

The Center for Native American Youth's Champions for Change (CFC) program is designed to recognize positive youth-led efforts, share stories of inspiration, and help young leaders develop their advocacy skills. The CFC program gives Native youth a national platform to: 

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