The saddle bag symbol is a Native American symbol used here to represent the notion of “journey” or “story.”
Fellowship and Native American Leaders Today
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He is a Runner, He is a Warrior
Fellowships for a better tomorrow in Indian Country
Water warrior from the Navajo Nation
Native Hope's Fellowships for 2020-2021
Becoming Officer Lowe—Native Hope Fellow Joins the BIA Police Force
Seizing Opportunities to Educate Others
A LOOK BACK
Reflecting on Our Foundations: The History of Native American Life and Culture
The story of the North American Indigenous peoples is a story of loss, hardship, violence, betrayal, and misappropriation. It is also a story of community, spirituality, diversity, honor, and resilience.
Take a deeper look at the Native American story.
The days-nights symbol is a Native American symbol used here to represent the notion of “time passing.”
The horse symbol is a Native American symbol used here to represent the notion of “journey.”
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Photographer and chef Lois Ellen Frank of the Kiowa Nation, is the owner of a Native American catering company, an educator of Indigenous foods classes, and an award-winning author...
The running water symbol is a Native American symbol used here to represent the notion of “constant life.”