Rory Wheeler


Rory Wheeler

Rory Wheeler, Seneca Nation of Indians, age 17, is passionate about leading by example and doing right by his community. As a WRN Ambassador, Rory wants to reach out to American Indian & Alaska Native youth about the negative effects of continued substance abuse, and being proud of who you are as a Native person. But most of all, he hopes to elevate the voices of American Indian & Alaska Native youth on a national stage. Rory has decided to commit to serving his community as a Volunteer Firefighter, White House Youth Ambassador and a general community leader who strives for the advancement of Indian Country and Native American youth!

hello, My name is Jasmin and for the sake of a longer story i will just say that I am Latina. I am on a journey of reconnecting with my ancestral roots and, through no real evidence, I believe that those roots are, at least, partially indigenous. I am working on decolonizing my mind and have lost my faith in the religion that i grew up in (which is catholicism) I want to explore the faith and culture of my indigenous ancestors but I do not know if they have survived today and if they are how I can reach out and if they are not how it is i can find that identity that I am desperate to find because right now I’m so lost and lonely. I don’t know what to do or how to start. Please help?

see answer

Find Us

Follow Us

Enter Phone Number to Subscribe:

Msg & Data Rates May Apply.
Text STOP to opt out. No purchase necessary.
Expect 4 msgs/mo.Terms and Conditions