Training – UNITY, Inc.

Utilizing Traditional Knowledge in Higher Education Webinar

UNITY Fall 2020 Webinar Series – Eps. 3. Youth Track! Join us Instagram for a LIVE Q&A session with Native Youth Uriah LittleHoop. She’ll be sharing her knowledge and experiences of balancing her traditional way of life while pursuing higher education. Uriah is also a talented artist and will be singing a couple of traditional songs during the virtual event. Join us this Friday! Read More

Free Online INDIGital Coding Course – Now Open

Want to learn how to mix digital technology and traditional knowledge?

INDIGital uses technology as way of healing and igniting the spirit of Indigenous communities to engage and reclaim digital technology. Participants will learn how to connect critical technology, traditional knowledge, and Indigenous futurisms during this week-long online coding class.  Read More

Youth-Led Advocacy and Mentoring Town Halls

Throughout our history and especially in the last year, we have seen the power of youth advocacy and voice in leading transformative change. At MENTOR, we have also spent the last year supporting the advocacy and policy training of 12 young people from throughout the nation, learning how to best partner with them on the development of critical advocacy skills and support their leadership. We strongly believe that young people should be at the forefront of addressing systemic issues in their communities and nation. Read More

Native Youth Healing Gathering: UNITY Webinar

NCUIH’s Youth Council, in partnership with the United National Indian Tribal Youth Inc.(UNITY) personally invites Native youth across Indian Country to join and participate in a National Virtual Native Youth Healing Gathering. Read More

Restoring & Empowering the Native Vote: 3, 2, 1: VOTE

Last week, a national coalition of nine organizations dedicated to civil rights and racial justice, supported by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, were proud to launch 3,2,1: VOTE! – a video series designed to inspire everyone to vote. Check out these 10 engaging conversations with changemakers working to ensure every voice is heard!

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The power of the Native vote *will* be felt in 2020!

Come shine a light on the political power of Native women with us Monday, Oct. 19th at 2 pm EST / 11am PST.
Join us as we share about making our voices are heard.

Through the end of October, And She Could Be Next is partnering with activists and organizers on the ground all over the country, to equip voters with everything they need to make sure their vote counts in this election.  Read More

Youth Participation in the Decision Making Process Webinar for Advisors

Join us this Thursday afternoon for another UNITY Webinar with Greg Mendoza & Michael Preston MBA, Coordinator, Akimel O’odham/Pee-Posh Youth Council, Former UNITY Male Co-President (2001), Entrepreneur. Read More

Election 2020: Your Vote Matters

Soul Claps in the Sanctuary

Election 2020: Your Vote Matters
CSRD Student-led Community Forum
Thursday, Oct. 29, 2020
6:30 – 8:00 p.m. | Register for the Zoom meeting

Why is voting important? What does it mean to participate in democracy and exercise your civic duty? Join us for a comprehensive understanding of how voting is essential to democracy and why voting is important in 2020.

Free | Online | Open to the public | Download the flyer

Strategies & tools for supporting Native youth with thoughts of suicide

I Am Hope: Suicide Prevention Tools: Tune-in for this online learning opportunity for resources on suicide prevention and discuss ways to support Native youth mental health. Youth Councils can gain skills to spread awareness on mental health resources with others. Participants will learn Medicine Wheel teachings on Suicide Prevention, listening skills to help people to keep safe for now and examples of awareness campaigns.

JOIN US on Thursday, October 15, at 12 p.m. PST / 3 p.m. EST – CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR  I Am Hope: Suicide Prevention Tools Read More

Peer Guide Live discussion on Mental Health

 Join UNITY Peer Guide and current reigning 2019-2021 Miss Indian World Cheyenne Kippenberger on Native America Calling Radio #NativeYouth #WeAreHope Live discussion begins at 1 PM EST   Tune in to Native America Calling for a discussion on mental health and the stigmas of treatment Click HERE to Listen to Native America Calling – The Electronic Talking Circle – Public Radio: A live call-in program, engaging noted guests and listeners in a thought-provoking national conversation from a Native perspective. Hosted by Tara Gatewood (Isleta).