2018 State of Native Youth Report: Generation Indigenous

On November 16, the Center for Native American Youth released its annual State of Native Youth report. The report highlights young leaders who are working hard to create a brighter future for tribal nations, the programs that help them do so, and the policy issues that impact their lives. The report also shares what we’ve […]

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8/14 Gen-I NOW: AmeriCorps VISTA Native Food Sovereignty Fellows

Marúawe! — (Hello in the Comanche language!) pronounced: Ma-RUH-ah-way This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about the AmeriCorps VISTA Native Food Sovereignty Fellowship. AmeriCorps VISTA Native Food Sovereignty Fellows work in Native American communities to contribute to and assist in efforts focused on food sovereignty, food systems, nutritional education, and the development of tribal economies that […]

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8/1 Gen-I NOW: #FreshTracksAction Midwest Leadership Training

Haé! Hello in the Seneca language. pronounced Ha-ay This Gen-I Native Opportunities Weekly (NOW) message shares information about the #FreshTracksAction Midwest Leadership Training in Chicago, Illinois. Fresh Tracks brings youth from urban and Indigenous communities together during a three-day expedition, using the outdoors as a background for transformative leadership development. Youth will learn valuable organizing skills, create community […]

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Creative Native Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Who can submit their artwork? A. Self-identifying Indigenous youth who will be between the ages of 5 and 24 years old by May 9, 2018 and currently reside in the United States. Q. What are the rules and guidelines for submission? A. Click here to view the Creative Native Rules & Guidelines. Q. What are the submission specifications? A.  […]

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