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Connecting with Private School Communities at the PSPP Conference

On March 11, Center for Native American Youth staff attended the Private Schools with Public Purpose (PSPP) Conference hosted by Georgetown Day High School (GDS) in Washington, D.C. Held over three days, the PSPP Conference convenes key individuals from the private school community to meet with community partners, non-profits, foundations, businesses and other entities that can support […]

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#NextAmerica Event with AtlanticLIVE on Early Child Care and Education

On March 8, 2017, Center for Native American Youth staff attended an event at the Newseum hosted by AtlanticLIVE on education policy focusing on child care and early education – The Formative Years: What’s Next for Early Care and Education. The event consisted of three moderated sessions with policymakers, government officials, and policy experts. The first session, What Can Texas Teach […]

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Leadership Summit for Native Youth in Food and Agriculture

Hatito (Hello in the Shawnee language)! This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about the Leadership Summit for Native Youth in Food and Agriculture! The University of Arkansas, School of Law is proud to host the 4th annual youth leadership summit on food and agriculture policy impacting tribal communities. The summit, sponsored and organized by the Indigenous […]

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Champion for Change to Speak at Congressional Briefing on March 7

On March 7, 2017, Champion for Change Keith Martinez will serve as a panelist at a congressional briefing about the health impacts of parental substance use on American Indian and Alaska Native youth. The event is being sponsored by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and will include remarks from Tribal leaders, health care providers, and other experts. Click here to […]

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