Sequoia Obe


Sequoia Obe

Sequoia, Alabama-Coushatta, age 21 from Texas, has a passion for inspiring youth and showing them that anything is possible. She has been involved with Unity EC (United National Indian Tribal Youth) for the past four years now and being a We R Native ambassador, she will continue to serve as a role model for the younger generation. Sequoia has served as President for her youth council, as well as President for her Native American Culture Club at her school, and Southern Plains representative on the National UNITY Executive Committee. She is no stranger to the leadership role, which is her best attribute. Some of her hobbies include powwow dancing, dancing in general, listening to music, basketball, staying active, and hanging with friends. Sequoia’s leadership skills will play an important role in her ambassadorship with We R Native and we are glad to welcome her.

We were always told that my great grandmother was apache. Her son,(my grandfather) and my mother half passed. And many of my elders have passed and the ones that are alive only recall that my grandfather did sing and speak in a native language when they were small. I understand that we are not recognized as native unless proved. But as far as the Apache being hunted. I feel like there aren’t any records even more so for the apache in Mexico. We know my grandmother was born in 1894 Guanajuato and passed in 1964 chihuahua. I guess my question is, how is there a way to research more Info in Mexico? And is there any help we can get.

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