On December 1, CNAY hosted a public event at the Aspen Institute featuring a panel discussion with Native youth and community leaders in conjunction with the release of our inaugural State of Native Youth report. The panel was co-moderated by CNAY founder & chairman Senator Byron Dorgan (ret.) and CNAY executive director Erik Stegman. Panelists … Continue reading CNAY Releases Inaugural State of Native Youth Report
Click here to view this newsletter in its original form. Youth Spotlight: Native Youth Send a Message to the Next President As part of the 2016 White House Tribal Youth Gathering, Native Youth Delegates took turns sharing their top priorities for the next White House Administration in a facilitated advocacy exercise. The Generation Indigenous Native Youth … Continue reading CNAY’s Monthly Newsletter: November 2016
Every day, Native American youth across the country are taking positive action to accomplish incredible things together. They are drawing on the strength of their tribal cultures to tackle a suicide epidemic 2.5 times the national rate, the serious and disproportionate rate that they are involved in the juvenile justice and foster care systems, and … Continue reading Native American Youth: Drawing Strength from Our Cultures
One December 1, the Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) will host a panel event featuring Native American youth, policy leaders, and program leaders discussing the role of Native American cultures in fostering Native youth resiliency. The event will center on the release of CNAY’s end-of-year report, which highlights data gathered from roundtable discussions with … Continue reading Join CNAY on Dec. 1 for Report Release Event in Washington, DC.