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Using Tradition to Teach Our Kids Purpose: Mentorship Matters, Part II
“Native people who are in some stage of adaption to Western culture often lose their children because their families are unstable for the same reasons that American society’s famil...
An Apology to Young Men of Color: Mentorship Matters, Part I
"Cultures are learned means of survival in an environment...
Youth Mentoring Programs Abound in Traditional Teachings, Conservation and Wildlife Management
After reading excellent commentary in a recent issue of Indian Country Today Media Network entitled “ Restoring Heritage Cuisines and Indigenous Agroecosystems ” by Devon G...