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Join us for the largest Native youth gathering in the nation. UNITY has made it easier for you to register for both conferences in one transaction if you wish!

UNITY Midyear Conference 

FRIDAY, February 14 – MONDAY, 17, 2020
CLICK HERE: Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Phoenix Tempe
Tempe, Arizona
Early Bird Special Registration Rates – Now to
 December 31: $225
January 1 – February 1: $250
On-site: $275.00 

National UNITY Conference 

FRIDAY, July 3 – TUESDAY, July 7, 2020
CLICK HERE: Washington Marriott Wardman Park
Or call for more info: 877-212-5752
Washington, DC
Early Bird Special Registration Rates – Now to March 1: $300
March 2 – June 26: $350
On-site $400.00

 

2019 State of Native Youth Report: Native Youth Country

From the Center for Native American Youth:

On November 20, the Center for Native American Youth released its annual State of Native Youth report. The report highlights young leaders who are working hard to create a brighter future for tribal nations, the programs that help them do so, and the policy issues that impact their lives. The report also shares what we’ve learned from community meetings with youth and service providers about the priorities and solutions that matter most.

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Keep Warm this Winter

CYBER MONDAY
& #GIVINGTUESDAY

Keep warm this winter with an exclusive UNITY Pendleton blanket!

Donate $250 or more to UNITY on this Cyber Monday and #GivingTuesday, and UNITY will send you an exclusive UNITY Pendleton blanket as a special thank you for your support (with shipping fees waived!) 

Less than 35 left, and when they are gone, they’re gone!

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UNITY Advisory Cohort empowers Native youth voice

Get to know the newest UNITY Peer Guide Cohort and learn more about their passion for advocating for “non-traditional” Native youth leadership. UNITY has recruited this diverse group of youth mentors, to design and facilitate six regional trainings across the nation. These trainings will empower Native youth to speak out about critical aspects of juvenile justice and delinquency prevention efforts within their home communities.

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Miss Indian World Calls on Native youth to embrace Native American Heritage Month

As Indian Country’s cultural goodwill ambassador, UNITY Peer Guide Cheyenne Kippenberger, of the Seminole Tribe of Florida, has created a call to action for Native Youth and her fellow tribal royalty. See Kippenberger’s video to learn more on her efforts to instill cultural pride in Native youth identities and sense of belonging.

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Dec 3rd is #GivingTuesday ! Help us reach our goal!

Help us provide scholarships for deserving Native youth to travel to our Nation’s Capitol

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UNITY Earth Ambassador thrives in Social Justice Fellowship

There are more than 500 abandoned uranium mines on and near the Navajo Nation, most of which have not been cleaned up, and UNITY Earth Ambassador Zunneh-bah Martin, Diné and Modoc’, New Mexico, plans to do something about this.  Martin shares that she is “having a great experience with the Indigenous Lifeways Social Justice Fellowship. It is empowering to be amongst Indigenous women leaders from across the Navajo reservation and to be working on social justice issues in our communities. I believe that it is important to build these types of relationships to grow/strengthen support systems for our people who advocate for social justice. It is always comforting to know that you are not the only one who wants to make positive changes, even if you are one of a few.”
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