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Youth and Education news

April 1, 2012


Jesus With Children
Father-John-Giuliani

"Many religions have been brought to this land. And the way my religion is, they teach me, and they taught me, and told me to respect all religions. And I still do that." 
Horace Axtell, Nez Perce

Local Students Address UN Committee on the Rights of the Child

 American Indian Children Too Often in Foster Care  

Eastside Native American Education Program Promotes Cultural Awareness

Young Adults Work to Address Education Achievement Gap on Reservations

 Conference Highlights Tribal College Successes

 This Year's AISES Chapter Award Winners

National Association of Friendship Centres Supports the Launch of the Aboriginal People's Survey 2012  

 Native Americans Protest Keystone XL From A Cage

 Lakota 6th Grader: Hunger Strike Against Pipelines

 Grant Helps Oneida Tribe Process, Produce Corn

Journalist Andrew Cohen Wins Genesis Award for Coverage of Wild Horse Issue  

America's Least Corrupt States

America's Most Corrupt States

Fitness Takes Hold in Aboriginal Country With Just Move It -- Canada

  Precious Cargo

Watch Select NAPT Films for FREE!

 North American Indian Cello Project Comes to NDMOA

Mariah Watchman of "America's Next Top Model" Boosts Crow Congressional Candidate  

 Rock Legends Cruise II: Foreigner, Paul Rodgers Will Take to the High Seas

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