CNAY's Josie Raphaelito Shares Her Experience as an LGBTQ2S & Public Health Advocate

Josie Raphaelito, MPH, is a passionate advocate for tribal public health. She has six years of experience building relationships with Tribal Nations and citizens through community engagement and providing tools to elevate local perspectives of strengths and challenges into national discussions for change in Washington, DC. Josie currently serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Center for Native American Youth. Read Josie's bio here  

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Native Youth Artist Shares Design for Pride Month

CNAY Staff asked Darby Raymond-Overstreet (Diné) to share her work and experience as a young, LGBTQ2S artist. Darby was selected by CNAY as the winner of the Creative Native contest and has her artwork featured on the cover of the 2018 State of Native Youth Report. Check out more of Darby's artwork in her online portfolio here  

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Pride Month Q&A with CNAY's Erik Stegman

CNAY Staff sat down with Executive Director Erik Stegman to chat about his work with LGBTQ+ youth and his experience as a Native and LGBTQ+ professional. Erik is Carry the Kettle First Nation (Nakoda) and serves as the Executive Director at the Center for Native American Youth. 

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