NIDA Contest Entry

NPAIHB Tribal Youth Delegates

I Strengthen My Nation Tribal Youth Delegate Bootcamp

Aurora Martinez (Samish Indian Nation) • Cheydon Herkshan (Warm Springs) • Daimon Rosario (Lummi Nation) • Halli Lane-Skauge (Siletz) • Josiah Spino (Warm Springs) • Janealle K. Sutterlict/ Kumshapum (Yakama Nation) • Jeidah DeZurney (Siletz) • Kaela Tyler (Makah) • Maiya Martinez (Spokane) • Mia Red Crow (Spokane) • Olivia Korndorfer (Squaxin Island Tribe, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe and Skokomish Tribe)

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To increase awareness among youth, the NPAIHB Youth Delegates will partner with the NPAIHB to host a Social Marketing Bootcamp Training. Participants will design a youth-led social marketing campaign, developing a Public Service Announcement (PSA) and social media posts. It will be a two-day bootcamp that will focus on “I Strengthen My Nation, A and D resiliency in Indian country.”

When the campaign is complete, NPAIHB Youth Delegates will collaborate with the NPAIHB’s We R Native project to deliver the campaign messages to AI/AN youth across the U.S., using its existing multimedia communication channels:, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter, and text messaging (text NATIVE to 97779). Each campaign will reach 10,000+ AI/AN youth, connecting them to tools and resources to improve sexual assault prevention, intervention, and help-seeking skills.

Hello, I am from the San Pasqual Indian Reservation. We had to take are tribe to court to fight to get our Per Cap my question is do you know how long it should take in order for you to get your money. Also do you have to hire a Native America Attorney to help fight case to get your Per Cap.

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