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Native Youth Sing Series with Uriah Littlehoop

#NativeYouthSing Series – Native American Heritage Month: We’re excited to announce our next invited singer of our UNITY “Native Youth Sing Series,” Ms. Uriah Littlehoop who is from the Oglala/Sicangu Lakota and Diné Nations. Join us tomorrow for another evening of beautiful songs and stories. Listen & learn with UNITY’s recorded Live session with Uriah here.  Read More

Apache youth share in Native Youth Sing Series

Our next invited singer of our UNITY “Native Youth Sing Series,” Mr. Josiah Dawahoya from the San Carlos Apache Tribe. Join us this evening as we hear beautiful songs from the San Carlos Apache people. The future of Indian Country is promising. In celebration of National Native American Heritage month, UNITY calls on Native youth from across the globe to lift up their voices and sing for wellness and a brighter future. Listen and Learn to this recorded session here.

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Hopi Singers: Virtual Blessings for NNAHM

Watch & Learn: The #NativeYouthSing Native American Heritage Month Live Q&A series have continued throughout the month as different youth singers share their songs of gratitude around a “Virtual UNITY Fire” for all to enjoy. The latest guest on UNITY’s  “Native Youth Sing Series,” was Mr. Justin Secakuku anf Kyle from the Hopi Nation. The future of Indian Country is promising. Our songs carry good medicine that our people need right now. Read More

Learning with UNITY Alumnus Michael Preston

Recent Gila River Indian Community UNITY alumnus Michael Preston shared his knowledge and perspectives with UNITY advisors working with local youth councils as part of UNITY’s Fall 2020 Webinar Series. Michael took part in a webinar called “Youth Participation in the Decision-Making Process” He share many interactive communication tools and applications to engage youth in the decision-making process.  Read More

Native Youth Sing Series: featuring Lindyn Hill

We’re excited to announce our first invited singer of our UNITY “Native Youth Sing Series,” Mr. Lindyn Hill from the Mohawk Nation. Join us this evening as we hear beautiful songs from the Mohawk Nation. You’re going to need some sunglasses because the future of Indian Country is bright. Read More

Songs of Healing: Featuring Kaya Littleturtle

Join us this evening for our Native American Heritage Month Kick Off Event with Kaya Littleturtle from the Warpaint Singers! For the month of November, we will be highlighting Native youth singers through our UNITY Instagram LIVE page. Read More

Native Youth Honoring our Veterans through Song

Thank you to UNITY Youth leader @littlebear2k10 for joining us and rendering a special honor song for our Veterans. If you know a Veteran, share this video with him and thank them for their service to our Great Nation. Be sure to follow @littlebear2k10 as well and be inspired. #NativeYouth #NAHM #VeteransDay Read More

Anti-Bullying resources for Native youth

Indigenous youth who have experienced cyber-bullying were almost twice as likely to attempt suicide compared to those who had not (Hinduja, Patchin, n.d.).

In celebration of October’s National Anti-Bullying efforts United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) revived it’s ‘Be A Hero’ initative. In 2018, the National UNITY Council’s Executive Committee passed a Resolution focused on traditional concepts that can be used to live a healthy lifestyle when faced with adversity: Healing, Empower, Respect and Overcome. UNITY hopes that Youth Councils will encourage others to “Be a Hero” in their home communities to the combat negative consequences associated with bullying. This doesn’t end with Nov 1st, be a hero all year long!   Read More

Applying Traditional knowledge in STEM fields Webinar

Click here to watch For this week’s Youth Track webinar for the 2020 Fall Webinar Series, Presenter Helen Fillmore, from Washoe, shares how Traditional knowledge and modern scientific research are shaping their Tribe’s future. Read More