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November, 2016
Opportunities Highlights

NODAPL Day of Action
Indigenous People's Sunrise Gathering
National Day Of Mourning
Lakota Language Bowl
Healthy Smiles Healthy Children Grants
Dreamstarter Grants
The Generation Google Scholarship
Teachers Against Prejudice High School Essay Contest
Joy Maker Challenge
NACF Mentor Fellowships
Kanieníkeha (Mohawk Language) Survey
Native Stand Webinar
American Indian Movement West Coast Conference

Libraries Highlights

The Autry Collections Online
Nahkohenexahe: The Remarkable Story Of Henry Littlewhiteman
Structures No Longer Seen
Before The Flood
I Am Yup'ik
Tecumseh And Brock And The War Of 1812
Kill The Indian, Save The Man
Shredding Stereotypes With The Longboard Girls Crew
Model Indian Juvenile Code
Native American Ghost Dance
The Last Living Speaker Of Wichita
United Southern And Eastern Tribes
Native Forests Threatened By Genetically Engineered Trees
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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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words from the circle
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How To Be An Ally To Indigenous Peoples
Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
The Iroquois Thanksgiving Address
Thanksgiving: The National Day of Mourning
seneca Thanksgiving Prayer
 Hand Drum Christmas Song 2014
Portrait of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha by Debora Coombs
Lord's Prayer in Miami Language
The wisdom of an elder  
Protect Sacred Sites

Messages From the People
2016 Native American Music Awards
Location of Mass Graves at former residential schools and hospitals across canada

The Seaflower, Native slaves, and King Philip's war
Squanto's Garden
Watching The People That Have Landed
The First Slaves
In November Us Honors Contributors of American Indians, Alaska Natives
A Lakota Christmas Story

Making your Christmas Green
inupiat christmas Games in Barrow, Alaska
Native American Night Before Christmas
Merry Christmas from Tlingits Everywhere

Remarks by President Obama at the 2016 Tribal Nations Conference
The REAL Thanksgiving 
Power of the pen in early America
The Huron Carol
 Merry Christmas in Native language

This Month in Native American History 
By Phil Konstantin
freezing moon
Moon of the Popping Trees
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By Mary Anniagruk Sage
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