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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


February 8, 2003 - Issue 80


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Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


Cool Links Penguin


Great Plains Restoration Council
Great Plains Restoration Council is a 501(c)3 multicultural, multiracial non-profit organization building the Buffalo Commons step-by-step by bringing the wild buffalo back and restoring healthy, sustainable ommunities to the Great Plains. From the Indian Reservation to the prairie outback to the inner city and beyond, GPRC organizes specifically where the areas of environment, human rights and human health, and animal protection interact in social change.

Piegan Institute
Founded in 1987, the Institute has its national headquarters and community-based programs on the Blackfeet Indian reservation in northwest Montana. Our community-based objectives are to increase the number of Blackfeet language speakers, to increase the cultural knowledge base of community members, and to actively influence positive community-based change. Our national objectives are to promote support for Native language issues through advocacy and education and to provide a voice to the national and international dialogue on Native Language restoration.


Center Records
Native American Recordings: Center Records presents Joseph Flying Bye, The Night is Sacred, Lakota Ceremonial Pipe Songs for Future Generations

The Nunavut Youth Abroad Program
The Nunavut Youth Abroad Program (NYAP) helps to develop leadership, cross-cultural awareness, career ideas, and international citizenship. The NYAP will improve your ability to succeed in High School and life by providing a life-changing and life-directing experience relevant to your needs and aspirations. The program enables Nunavut youth to acquire concrete skills in the areas of journalism, communications, environmental conservation, office administration and management through work placements for credit during placements in communities across Canada and around the world. These skills are crucial if youth are to play a greater role in the decision-making process of the new Nunavut territory.

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Students And Teachers Against Racism announces their new website that offers insight into the Native American perspective to teachers and educators.

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