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


Opportunities and websites
February, 2015
Opportunities Highlights

Native Peacemaking: A Traditional Approach To Conflict Resolution
Truth and Reconciliation With Native America
AICF Haskell Scholarship
First Nations Native Youth and Culture Fund Grants
Healing Through Culture and Art Shawl Collection
Native American Library Services Enhancement Grants
National Maple Syrup Festival
Planning An Affordable Housing Project 
Jamba Juice: It's All About the Fruit and Veggies
Non-Tidal Wetland Program
Clean Oceans Depend on Everyone
Native Explorers
Libraries Highlights

Indigenous Voices At The Gathering Of Nations
The History of Lacrosse In 60 Seconds
Sam Noble Museum Department Of Native American Languages
The Princeton Review’s 2015 Colleges That Pay You Back
Tunniit - Retracing The Lines Of Inuit Tattoos
Interview With Frank Buck
America's Native Prisoners Of War
NCAI's Analysis Of The President's FY2016 Budget
IHS Alcohol & Substance Abuse Program
The Mouthbow: Making Music On A Weapon
The Skeleton Of The Isle De Jean Charles 
National Climate Assessment
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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
Native Village Resources
Native Voices ART GALLERY
Art And wisdom
words from the circle
Native Quotes
Native village news Archives 
opportunities archives

 Inspiration Highlights
2015 State of Indian Nations Video Broadcasts
State of Indian Nations 2015 -- Text Version
The Crazy Horse TintypE
Remembering Columbia: The 23rd Psalm in the Cherokee Language

1975 Prayer to U.S. Senate


Messages From the People Highlights

Black History Month: slave Narratives Include Amazing Story of Native American Slave

The Polly Cooper Shawl [and Valley Forge]
150-Year-Old Letters Give Voice to Dakota Prisoners [Abe Lincoln]
 My Name is Meth

Marlon Brando's Unfinished Oscar Speech

editorials  Highlights

This Month in Native American History 
By Phil Konstantin

Month of Purification and Renewal

   March Cottonball

Inupiaq culture
By Mary Anniagruk Sage
Messages to Youth from Leonard Peltier
 Supporting the Leonard Peltier Defense offense Committee
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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 

Tribal College Journal of American Indian higher education
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Black Hills Wild Horse Sanctuary (In Support)

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Catching the Dream scholarships
Formerly "The Native American Scholarship Fund
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Native American Music Awards
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