First Nations Teen Nominated for International Children’s Peace Prize

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Congratulations to Autumn Peltier for being nominated for the International Children’s Peace Prize! In case you haven’t heard about this remarkable young lady, she is from the Wikwemikong First Nation and has been very outspoken on environmental issues. From her profile on the nominee’s website: Autumn, 13 years old, lives….

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Watch! Crow Fair Grand Entry From a Fresh Perspective

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Grand Entry videos are always lovely to watch with the colorful regalia and amazing dancers. But this Grand Entry video is special because it was shot from a kid’s perspective. And not just any kid, but one with photographic genes! Meet Jet Sings in the Timber, son of Adam Sings….

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Former Miss Central Navajo Pre-Teen Shares Her ‘Canyon Life’ on National Geographic

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Recently found this short doc featured on National Geographic’s YouTube page. I know you guys will enjoy this! From the film’s synopsis: Arizona’s Canyon de Chelly National Monument is a place where many Navajo families come to reconnect with their roots. The area was once inhabited by Ancient Puebloans and….

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Check Out This Navajo Teen’s Ingenious Invention!

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Even though she was attending high school far away from home, she never forgot about her family and how she could still help. This young woman’s family lives on the Navajo reservation, where many homes still don’t have electricity to heat their homes, relying mainly on coal and wood burning….

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