Celebrating the Rich, Diverse Cultures of The Americas' First Peoples


Opportunities and websites
April, 2014
Opportunities Highlights
Proud to be Indigenous Week
13th Session of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues
The Climate Change Impacts and Indian Country
Native American Free Seed Program
Big Mountain Spring Training Camp
Amphibian Rescue Project
Healing of the Canoe Curriculum Training
No Justice Without Peace: 3rd Biennial Gathering of Peacemakers
Rabbit And Bear Paws Colouring Contest
Cobell Scholarship Information Page
Norcross Wildlife Foundation Grants
Listening Sessions: National Indian Child Welfare Act Guidelines
 Libraries Highlights
Owl in Flight
A Life in Beads
Assikinack, Legends and Traditions of the Odahwah
Cooking Healthy in Indian Country
Travel Back in Time to Meet Kateri Tekakwitha, the First Native Saint
Games of the North
Native Children's Research Exchange
Annual Lei Day Celebration
American Holocaust of Native American Indians
Pawnee Wolf Story Songs
Blackfoot Digital Library
 Flower Pollination and the Significance of Bees
A Tribal College Education
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Official Internet Youth Forum
Grandmothers Council
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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 Native Voices ART GALLERY
Native Art Inspires
words from the circle
Native American Quotes
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 Inspiration Highlights

Top 10 Photos from Hubble Telescope
StoryCorps: Monica Mayer
The Ten Native American Commandments
Portrait of Blessed Kateri Tekakwitha by Debora Coombs

Messages From the People Highlights

Did You Know The First People Invented...?
Army Signs Native Hawaiian Covenant
Zaagkii Wings and Seeds Project
Diet and Cost of Food Around the world
Student risked life running from residential school abusers
editorials  Highlights

This Month in Native American History 
By Phil Konstantin

Frog  Moon

Panther Moon
Inupiaq culture
By Mary Anniagruk Sage
Messages to Youth from Leonard Peltier
 Supporting the Leonard Peltier Defense offense Committee
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" Wings & Seeds: The Zaagkii Project"
Native Plants and Pollinator Protection Initiative

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National Center for Great Lakes Native American Culture
American Indian Center Indianapolis
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"Native American Teens: Who we are"
(Nickelodeon/ PBS)

Rabbit and Bear Paws
graphic novels
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You are not alone network 

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Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary (In Support)

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Catching the Dream scholarships
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