Sunday, January 16, 2011

Seventh Native American Generation Youth Connect with Palestinian Youth

Listen to "Seventh Native American Generation Youth Connect with Palestinian Youth"

Read the article: Making Things Right for People, pub'd on Commondreams.

Seventh Native American Generation - SNAG - is based in Oakland CA and it uses skits, films, field trips, tours, music, art and culture to engage learning about shared indigenous and tribal journeys and struggles. SNAG's mission provides Native youth the opportunity to achieve balance and harmony, address historical and modern grievances, and explore and develop leadership and community skills through arts and cultural expression. Through a holistic approach that combines spirituality, tradition and multi-media skills, SNAG shapes the next generation of Native leaders.

Co-founder Ras K'dee talks about Native American youth reaching out to youth in Palestine and their commonalities.
Delegate and Haskell University senior Jodi Voice explains how the trip made her a stronger and more resilient organizer in indigenous communities.

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