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10 books about residential schools to read with your kids

29 September 2015

10 books about residential schools to read with your kids

More and more children will be read stories about the legacy of residential schools in the classroom this year.

Provinces are changing curriculums and educators across the country are developing resource guides in response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) recommendations.

The full aarticle can be found here


Auckland Anglican Maori Club - NZ Polynesian Festival 1981, Avondale, Auckland

21 September 2015

Auckland Anglican Maori Club - NZ Polynesian Festival 1981, Avondale, Auckland

The Auckland Anglican Maori club 1981. The club was founded in the 1960's by the late Reverend Sir Kingi Ihaka, and is still very involved in Church and public performances, having recently supported Bishop Kito at the Koroneihana Kingitanga, Maori King Coronation celebrations worship and service held at Turangawaewae in Ngaruawahia.  The club practices on Thursday evenings, at Te Mihana Māori Holy Sepulchre Church, Khyber Pass, Auckland.

The video on Youtube can be found here


Turakina supporters want legislation for Māori boarding schools

14 September 2015

Turakina supporters want legislation for Māori boarding schools

[Maori Television] “The future of Turakina Maori Girls' College is at risk, with the Ministry of Education proposing to close the school due to a declining roll. Turakina is a state-integrated Presbyterian Māori girls' boarding school in Marton, Aotearoa, New Zealand.

The full article and video can be found here

 


Native Americans in Philanthropy Hires Sarah Eagle Heart as Its New CEO

9 September 2015

Native Americans in Philanthropy Hires Sarah Eagle Heart as Its New CEO

Sarah Eagle Heart  joined Native Americans in Philanthropy as its new Chief Executive Officer on September 2, 2015.

The full article can be found here


Center for Native American Youth Releases GEN-I Map to Connect Native Youth

2 September 2015

Center for Native American Youth Releases GEN-I Map to Connect Native Youth

[Indian Country] Last week, the Washington D.C. based Center for Native American Youth (CNAY) announced their release of a comprehensive map of resources as part of the Obama administrations Generation Indigenous or GEN-I initiative.  

CNAY’s map,which is available online, includes a list of nationwide programs, services and Native Youth contacts in support of the Obama Administration’s GEN-I initiative to improve the lives of Native Youth in Indian Country.

The full article can be found here

 


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