The Native All-Star Football game has been under the care and direction of Native ReVision, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based out of Dallas, Texas. We are in the 3rd year of operation for the game. One of our goals has been to bring the game forward into the mainstream media, and let all Tribal members […]
ON THE FRONT LINES WITH SENATOR BEN NIGHTHORSE CAMPBELL Ethnic boy beach 200The journal’s On the Front Lines series features interviews with leading authorities on juvenile justice and related youth issues. These experts have earned their credentials on the front lines in the struggle for a better tomorrow for today’s youth and their families. JUVENILE […]
There are currently 566 federally-recognized Native American tribes in 35 states in the United States. Each tribe is distinct, with its own culture, traditions, language and community. These tribes are recognized as sovereign nations by the United States Constitution and have the power of self-government.
BETWEEN TWO WORLDS Midway between an ancient culture steeped with generations of revered traditions, spiritual ceremonies, legends and mystical stories, and the society of today built with technology and strong differing political and religious beliefs, stands our Native American teenager.
The national all-star football game in Arlington that few have heard of is six days away. All but two of the 45 young men who signed up to play are from out of state. Preparations have been frenetic inside the game’s headquarters, a metal West Dallas industrial building that doubles as a commercial construction company.
From the suburban Chicago Daily Herald, 4/1/2014 Girl face hair 300SACATON, Ariz. — The tamarisk tree down the dirt road from Tyler Owens’s house is the one where the teenage girl who lived across the road hanged herself. Don’t climb it, don’t touch it, admonished Owens’s grandmother when Tyler, now 18, was younger. There are […]