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Call for Fellows: 2022 Remembering Our Sisters Fellowship

August 1, 2022, Washington, DC — The Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) is proud to announce a call for applicants for the Remembering Our Sisters Fellowship. The Remembering Our Sisters Program honors our sisters and families affected, and advocates for policies that address this crisis and keep our sisters safe.   Remembering Our […]

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Fellows Gather in Washington, DC

On Monday, July 18, the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) hosted the inaugural cohort of Building Indigenous Communities of Hope Fellows. This fellowship is designed for Native American youth leaders passionate about transforming the foster care system. The six-month  fellowship is done in partnership with Casey Family Programs, NMCAN, and the Indian Child Welfare […]

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CNAY Attends Aspen Ideas Festival

Last week, CNAY staff Nikki Pitre and Maria Samaniego traveled to Aspen Colorado for the annual Aspen Ideas Festival, the Institute’s most prominent public event bringing together nearly 4,000 thought leaders from across the globe. We were honored to be able to nominate and be joined by fellows: Tracie Jackson, Anthony Tamez, Shandiin Herrera, Adrian […]

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CNAY Travels to Fort Peck Indian Reservation

June 15th, CNAY Staff Nikki Pitre, Maria Samaniego, and Kyra Antone along with board members Allison Binney and Mikah Carlos traveled to the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.. Hosted by the American Indian Business Leaders, it was a privilege to join our Board of Advisors Vice Chair, Sam McCracken, in his homecoming and honor him. CNAY, […]

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