Quentin Tatum, Lumbee, is an advocate for healthier lifestyles by promoting awareness and appreciation for one’s physical, mental, and spiritual well-being. He is a current student at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. He plans to further his education in UNC’s School of Public Health. After doing so, he would love to work with indigenous communities to teach the importance of one’s body as well as preventative measures to increase the quality of life. He has a desire to give back to his Native community, which has led him to work as an Ambassador for We R Native to help create a platform that will strengthen Native communities through its youth. Personally, he feels as though this form of leadership will help him inspire Native youth to give back in higher capacities.
Hi auntie, i found out im Tohono O’odham and they wont let me enroll in the tribe because my grandfather (who was a member) passed away and i don’t have their code to show proofsee answer
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