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INDIGENOUS YOUTH LEADING THE WAY

Youth hold the power to shift the dynamics of the world. If we want change, we must provide leadership support for youth in making change possible. Indigenous youth in particular continue to face racism and discrimination and are marginalized in society, but when they have a sense of belonging and a strong cultural identity they become resilient, powerful individuals. They have immersed roots through their ancestral lineage, wisdom, and intelligence. They are the future leaders for their communities. It is critical to restore leadership from the erosion of their traditional knowledge practices and habitat so that they can begin to create a more sustainable interdependent system for the coming generations.

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TREATY RIDE 2018

On the 150th Anniversary of the 1868 Fort Laramie Treaty, 29 April 2018, Robby Romero joined a historic Treaty Ride through 1851 Treaty Land. Treaty Riders rode more than 400 miles on horseback through the grasslands, badlands, and prairies of the Great Northern Plains into Fort Laramie to challenge the US Government and its Congress to #RightTheWrong and #Honor1851Treaty.

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SAVING MY TOMORROW

Native Children's Survival Youth Ambassador Ta'Kaiya Blaney featured in the HBO Special "Saving My Tomorrow".  This Mother Earth Day Special premiers Saturday, April 22 at 7PM/6C on HBO Family and is also available on HBO Now, HBO GO and HBO On Demand.

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STANDING WITH MOTHER EARTH

On the eve of Mother Earth Day UCLA American Indian Studies Center presents "Standing With Mother Earth" with Dennis Banks and Robby Romero. Special guests include Raye Zaragoza (singer songwriter) with opening blessings by Tongva elder, Gloria Arellanes.  

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