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Shadren, Gros-Venture (A’aniiih) Athabaskan, Age 20, Oregon

Resilience Through Traditional Bow Making

The main purpose of the Resilience Through Traditional Bow Making project is to transfer the knowledge through hands-on teaching of how to make an Indigenous traditional hunting bow. There are several secondary purposes, including instilling cultural pride, reminding the young people of cultural teachings and protocols, helping them better understand historical and
intergenerational trauma and why some Native people choose to use substances, the importance of healing, how this traditional craft can help build and nurture their resiliency, teaching a new craft and inspiring the desire to learn more about hunting and to start or nurture their desire to hunt. The ultimate purpose is to strengthen the individual. When we are strong, we strengthen our nation.

I’m 1/4 Cherokee Indian and my dad is half Cherokee Indian both my parents are dead and I would like to follow I brought my Indian Heritage and find out exactly what I have to do in order to apply in order to apply and prove my Indian heritage site to get sponsored we are intelligent as American Indians how do I do this heritage

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