Native Voices from the Edge

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Thu, 11/16/2017 - 8:00am to 9:00am
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Guest hosts Cary Watters & Amory Zschach welcome Denise Wickert to speak about mental health in the Native community & Traci Price to discuss the intersection of environmental justice and environmental education.

NAYA FAMILY CENTER IN 2061

Guided by our elders and trusted by the community, NAYA creates a place for our people to gather together and live the values of our own unique cultures. When the Native community thrives so does the entire Portland region. NAYA offers a wide array of comprehensive services and community-based solutions, including lifelong educational opportunities, cultural identity, leadership development, elders support, homes for families, early childhood programs, and paths to financial security based on traditional tribal values. We are committed to eliminating poverty, hunger, family violence, and homelessness. NAYA actively seeks new ideas and embraces thoughtful risks. NAYA is an urban center building strong partnerships and authentic relationships with tribes, organizations, communities of color, and our neighbors throughout the region. NAYA is led by a board of directors that reflects the Native community, and all strategic decisions made throughout the organization are youth centered, family driven and elder guided.

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