Wellness Warrior Posters Now Available!
UNITY Wellness Warriors are proud to reveal our first series of posters featuring native youth across the country who embody cultural wellness in their everyday lives. These powerful images help reshape the way modern media views native youth leaders in contemporary settings. The poster series will showcase how native youth utilize their cultural teachings to help them succeed in all aspects of their lives; whether it be on the basketball court, in ceremonial dances, or even law school or starting their own business. A Wellness Warrior is someone who actively practices a holistic approach to living a healthy balanced life. Every 6 months UNITY will choose 4-6 youth who embody these traditional values and release the new series of posters at the Midyear and National Conferences.
“I Am A Wellness Warrior”- We want UNITY Youth Councils across the country to help share these posters in local gathering places to help empower our people to strive for healthier communities. Whether you want to organize a community service project, represent UNITY Wellness Warriors at a gathering, or help raise awareness about food sovereignty, language preservation, or healthy habits, You too can be a Wellness Warrior! Take the Challenge today to join the National Campaign. Email UNITY to nominate one of your youth leaders who you feel lives the life of a Wellness Warrior so we can feature them in the upcoming series.
Wellness Warriors First Series of Posters Feature:
- Tashoni Morales, UNITY Executive Committee Pacific Regional Representative, Santa Rosa Rancheria Tachi-Yokut and Te-Moak Band of Western Shoshone, majoring in Business Communications at Arizona State University and a proud member of the Natia O Le Pasefika Polynesian Dance Group.
- Talon Duncan, San Carlos Apache and Mandan Hidatsa and Arikara Nation, currently studying at Mesa Community College, Talon is a World Champion Hoop Dancer and Men’s Fancy Dancer with Yellow Bird Apache Dancers.
- Oriana Lopez, from the Schuk Toak District of the Tohono O’odham Nation. “I am currently a Senior at Arizona State University majoring in Health Sciences with an emphasis in Pre-medical coursework.” Oriana will be competing for the title of Miss Indian Rodeo 2018 in Las Vegas this November.
- Scottie Miller, UNITY Executive Committee Northwestern Regional Representative, Swinomish Tribe, attending La Conner High School and Skagit Valley College in Washington. Scottie enjoys playing for his local basketball team and golf in his free time.
- Email [email protected] today to request posters to be mailed to you directly, or you can download them from our web page and print them yourself!