Inspirational speakers and entertainers emceeone, a.k.a. Marcus Anthony Guinn, and Chance Rush, encouraged Native youth to mobilize and realize their power at the Youth Entrepreneurship Summits (YES!) in both 2015 and 2016.
Kristin Butler
11/17/16
“What you step towards, you attract. What you attract will follow you and open opportunities for more,” emceeone, a.k.a...
Emcee One
Kristin Butler
11/14/16
Today a couple hundred youth from across the State of New Mexico and the southwest are descending on Buffalo Thunder Resort & Casino , on the Pueblo of Pojoaque, just 15 miles ...
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Gary Fong/Cal Poly Pomona
6/16/16
When Sarah De Herrera sang the national anthem in her native Choctaw at the presidential Investiture in February, she felt as though it was the crescendo of her Cal Poly Pomona exp...
Vincent Schilling
5/19/16
The United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) has announced its second class of “25 Under 25 Native Youth Leaders” honoring Native American and Alaska Native youth...
Students participating in team building activities at the Today's Native Leaders Training. (UNITY Inc.)
ICTMN Staff
5/5/16
Sixty Native youth leaders came together in St. Paul, Minnesota, last month to brainstorm community service projects...
Dyami Thomas, model, actor and motivational speaker (Photographer: Matt Toledo; Courtesy Dyami Thomas Facebook)
Kristin Butler
3/24/16
National Center, UNITY Sign MOU at National RES to Promote Youth Entrepreneurship, Host Regular YES!...
UNITY Youth Leaders Symbol
ICTMN Staff
12/8/15
United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc...
Kristi Eaton
11/9/15
Cher Thomas was a junior in college struggling to pay her rent when she was asked to make a handful of dresses for a tribal ceremony...
National UNITY Conference 2014 Nike N7 Day
ICTMN Staff
6/19/15
For the second year in a row United National Indian Tribal Youth, or UNITY, is partnering with Nike N7 to support health promotion and disease prevention at its annual National UNI...
ICTMN Staff
4/8/15
In 2013, Business Insider described the Wind River Reservation as the “most depressing and dangerous place to live,” but according to Sunny Goggles, the Northern Arapaho Tribe woul...

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