Native Village
Youth and Education news
January 1, 2012


"The Old Man said, 'You are both ugly and handsome and you must accept your ugliness as well as your handsomeness in order to really accept yourself."'
Larry P. Aitken,

 Volume 1   

Mayan Secrets Will Be Revealed
Native American Calling Features the Most Censored Native Newsmakers 2011

Top Censored Stories of 2010-2011

 Go Run Trains Native American Women to Run for Office

Native American Soldiers Beat Drum of Warrior Spirit

17th Century Chinese Coin Dug Up in Canada

Volume 2  

South Dakota's Stolen Children

AmerInd Club Helps Native American Kids Connect

Native American Study Celebrates 15 Years

Tribal Financial Program Now Offers Distance Learning Options

National Tribal University Meeting Convenes in Rapid City

NA Nurses Graduate Benefis

 Volume 3

Senate Committee on Indian Affairs Approves SAVE Native Women Act

 US Department of Agriculture Creates Advisory Board to Assist Native American Farmers

Shocking Facts Behind the Dental Crisis in Indian Country -- And a Possible Solution

78 Successful Natural Cancer Treatments Commonly Used Worldwide

Sunflowers May Heal Fukushima's Radioactive Soil

Worldwide Movement to Ban or Charge Fees for Plastic Bags

 Volume 4  

Whitehorse Will Host the 2012 Arctic Winter Games

 Regina Hosting 2014 Indigenous Games

SoCal Inter-Tribal Org Offers Kids Chance to Develop on the Court -- and Off

Reservation Dogs Find Homes Through Navajo Nation's Blackhat Humane Society

12,000-Year-Old Fishing Tackle Found in California

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