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Native Youth Elect National Co-Presidents and Regional Representatives at UNITY 2013

More than 1200 Native American youth from throughout the US participated in regional caucus meetings, held elections and selected a national male Co-President and female Co-President during the National UNITY Conference last week in Los Angeles.  UNITY stands for United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc.  Nataanii Hatathlie, 19, Navajo, is the new male Co-President and Dominique Lombardi, 20, Morongo Band of Mission Indians, is the new female Co-President.  They will work with 10 regional reps address

Bill Seeks to Raise Funds for Native American Veteran's Memorial

A bronze eagle – wings spread and talons outstretched — is frozen in swoop on the granite pillar Angelo Schunke walks past, heading to point out his name engraved in gold.

Morongo Gives $40,000 In Scholarships

 In its continuing effort to provide opportunity to the next generation of tribal leaders, the Morongo Band of Mission Indians has awarded four Native American students from across California with $40,000 in college and graduate school scholarship

Malki Museum Hosts Fall Gathering

Malki Museum’s 18th annual Fall Gathering will take place Oct. 27 at 10 a.m. at 11795 Malki Rd. on the Morongo Reservation. The event will include Native American arts, crafts and demonstrations, rabbit stick throwing, pottery demonstrations, Cahuilla Bird singing, basket weaving, a native food display and tasting and more. Admission and parking are free.

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