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The AZ Legislative Majority Pressures Native Lawmakers

The AZ Legislative Majority Pressures Native Lawmakers

The AZ Legislative Majority Pressures Native Lawmakers Native Americans have inhabited what is now Arizona for tens of thousands of years. Arizona has 22 federally recognized tribes and the second-largest total Native American population of any state.  Indigenous peoples live in every community and every corner of our state. Legislation passed by the Arizona Legislature […]

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Indigenous Perspectives: Native American Education Programs

Join us to learn what Native American Education Programs can do for your Indigenous children! Panelists: – Lynnann Yazzie is a member of the Navajo Nation from Chinle, Arizona. She is the Native American Specialist with Phoenix Union High School District and oversees the Native American Education Program which provides support and services to over

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Indigenous Perspectives: The Impact of State Legislation on Native Americans

Learn directly from Indigenous legislators about the impact that state legislative decisions have on Native Americans in Arizona. You may be surprised . . . and not in a good way. Join us on FB Live at Save Our Schools Arizona Network or catch the event afterward on our YouTube channel.

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Indigenous Perspectives: Traditional Knowledge in Health & Wellness Part II

Please join us for Part II of this informative and enlightening session on providing health and wellness for Indigenous families by infusing traditional knowledge and ways of being. You will hear from an amazing panel of passionate women providing care for those in need. Join us on FB Live at Save Our Schools Arizona Network

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Indigenous Perspectives: Traditional Knowledge in Health & Wellness Part 1

Please join us for this informative and enlightening session on providing health and wellness for Indigenous families by infusing traditional knowledge and ways of being. You will hear from an amazing panel of passionate women providing care for those in need. Join us on FB Live at Save Our Schools Arizona Network or catch the

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Indigenous Perspectives: The Impact of COVID-19 on K-12 Educators

We all know the personal toll the pandemic has had on us and our families, but what has it been like for the teachers of our young learners? Hear about the challenges and successes that K-12 educators have experienced in public schools on and near Arizona’s Indian reservations. Join us on FB Live at Save

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INDIGENOUS PERSPECTIVES: Climate change in Northern Arizona, March 30th, 2021 @5:00pm

Indigenous Perspectives: Climate Action in Northern Arizona

As with many things, climate change can have a more detrimental effect on Native American reservations than on other communities. At risk are health, livelihoods, and simple survival. This discussion will focus on action taking place in northern Arizona. Please join us! Join us on FB Live at Save Our Schools Arizona Network or catch

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Indigenous Perspectives: The Effects of COVID-19 on Indian Education

We are now a year into the pandemic. What has happened to the education of our Native American students, many of whom do not have Internet connectivity, computers, or even electricity in their homes? Hear from experts in Indian Education to find out the impact of COVID-19 on these students. This important session will be

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Indigenous Perspectives: Living In Two Worlds

Life on a reservation can be quite different from living in a city or going to college at a non-tribal university. Surviving that, an indigenous person may find it necessary to negotiate working in an environment very foreign to their traditional ways of being. Please join us as two Arizona State University students share their

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Indigenous Perspectives: Lost Language – Lost Culture

The Native American Languages Act was passed on October 30, 1990. Yet as we come upon thirty years of the enactment of this legislation, Indigenous languages are still being lost at a rapid rate. The loss of Native languages and its effect on tribal culture will be discussed in this session. Moderated by Nadine Groenig,

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Indigenous Perspectives: Points in American Indian Activism

Indigenous Perspectives: Points in American Indian Activism

Join us in this important discussion led by Nadine Groenig, SOSAZ Tribal Outreach Coordinator, with special guests: Dr. James Riding In, Dr. LaNada War Jack and Mr. Bill Means. To understand why many Native American students struggle academically, we must understand understand their history. This session will cover just a few moments in time, but

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Indigenous Perspectives: The Importance of Voting

Join us to hear from experts on Native American voting trends, challenges and goals. Moderated by Nadine Groenig, Tribal Outreach Coordinator for Save Our Schools Arizona Network and former Arizona Director of Indian Education. Event will be hosted on Facebook Live at: https://www.facebook.com/events/773468056809984 Afterward, it will be shared to our YouTube channel for Save Our

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