Celebrating the Rich, Diverse Cultures of The Americas' First Peoples
Opportunities and websites
September, 2015
Opportunities Highlights

Tribal Energy Summit
Native Food Sovereignty Summit
10th Annual Northwest Indian Storytelling Festival
Lakota Language Weekend
National Indian Health Board Consumer Conference
Truth Be Told: Alternative Narratives for Teaching about Columbus Day and Thanksgiving
"Tiospaye": L.A. Native Foster Family Recruitment Event
National Indian Education Association Convention 2015
The Indigenous Peoples World Games
Red Rover Sheltering Animals and Families Together Grants
Buffalo Field Campaign Road Show
Pottery: A Timeless Tradition
Libraries Highlights

Center for Digital Storytelling
Deconstructing Stereotypes: Top Ten Truths
Medicinal Plant Map
What Does The Sun Sound Like?
American Football
Ready Rez
Where Did The First Americans Come From?
Ojibwe Texts
La Florida Map
Making the Invisible Visible: A Policy Blueprint for Urban Indian America
Lakota Doll Artist Rhonda Holy Bear
Eagle Takes Out Drone
10 Things You Didn't Know About Chocolate

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Grandmothers Council
Official Internet Youth Forum
The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers
Other Women Elders in the Grandmothers' Circle:
Wilma Mankiller,  Gloria Steinem,  Tenzin Palmo,    
Luisah Teish,   Her Holiness Sai Maa Lakshmi Devi,   
Carole Moseley-Braun,   Alice Walker,
Helena Norberg-Hodge  

For the Next  7 Generations
 Documentary Film about The International Council of Thirteen Indigenous Grandmothers
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 Iroquois Constitution

Messages From the People Highlights
Columbus Discovered America NOT
Native Education 101
Twenty Worst Crimes of the Europeans

Talking to Your Children's Teacher about Cultural  Relevance
Native American Mascot Power Point Presentation

editorials  Highlights
The Team That Invented Football

Accountability and Sovereignty in American Indian Education by Vine Deloria Jr

This Month in Native American History 
By Phil Konstantin

Acorn Bread Moon

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Inupiaq culture
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