Native Village Youth and Education News
September 2009

 


Corn Mother
David Joaquin, Chibcha and Mi’kmaq 

''Whatever the future holds, do not forget who you are. Teach your children, teach your children's children, and then teach their children also. Teach them the pride of a great people ... A time will come again when they will celebrate together with joy. When that happens my spirit will be there with you."

Chief Leschi, Nisqually

 

HEADLINES

Some Scientist Affirm Early Native Presence

Cogged Stone Site at Bolsa Chica Mesa Eligible for NRHP

Did Africans Come with Columbus?

The Lost Tribe of South Carolina

Before There Was a City There Was Chief Pontiac

2009 Medal of Freedom Recipients

Will Rogers: A Cherokee of Many Talents

Native Orphan Recognized and Honored

Carvings from Cherokee Script's Dawn

How to Kids Become Bilingual So Easily?

Nearly $3.5 Million Awarded in Grants to Improve Education for Indian Children

Tribal Council Selects ASU Project for Use in School

Landers Educators First to Complete UW Course on Teaching NA Children

NMU Seeks to Draw Indian Youth into Health Careers

Oconaluftee Institute Graduates First Student

Solidarity: International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples

American Indians Open DC Embassy

Native Hawaiian Protestors End March

More than 1,100 Native Youth Attend Unity Conference

Northern California Native Wins First Miss Indian World Title for Tribe

Hud Awards$18.4 Million for NA Housing

Wakanyeja Tiospaye O'Tipi

Bolivia: Water People of Andes Face Extinction

Maya Nut Changes Lives While Aiding the Rainforest

Indian Tobacco Garden Planned in Montana

Scientists Study Garbage Pile in Pacific

Tropical Turtle Found in Arctic

Maine Bows to Tribe's Athletic Stars

NA 5K National Championships Crowns Ten National Champions

Vote for 2009 Native American Music Award Winners

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