Native Youth Talk Juvenile Justice at Livestreamed Roundtable

The Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute and the Colorado Juvenile Defender Center are partnering to host a dialogue between Native youth, tribal attorneys, community service providers and other stakeholders in the southwest to explore supports for Native youth experiencing the juvenile justice system.

Featured speakers include CNAY Champion for Change Isabel Coronado (Mvskoke Creek Nation), Gen-I Ambassador Sonwei Wakayuta (Hualapai Tribe), and Native youth Reuban Abeita (Isleta Pueblo). The conversation will be moderated by CNAY Program Manager Nikki Pitre. Click here to learn more about the speakers.

The discussion begins at 10:00 AM Mountain Time and will be livestreamed for public viewing. Click here to register for the webinarYou may also track event highlights by following the Center for Native American Youth on Twitter at @center4native.

Unable to join the webinar? A recording of the event will be posted and publicized within a week of the event’s conclusion. For questions about this event, contact CDJC’s Amanda Butler at or (720) 636-0455.

This roundtable is co-hosted by the Access to Juvenile Justice Rural and Tribal Southwest Project, housed at the Colorado Juvenile Defender Center, and the Center for Native American Youth at The Aspen Institute. The event is sponsored by the Museum of Indian Arts and Culture.