Dear unesco native americans needs help to preserve their culture. Its comes from a long background and we cant let it go like that. Everything about their culture is important their clothing, music, food and even their leader who worked hard to try to keep his people safe and keeping the generation going.
Forty-two years ago my Native community began a November Harvest Dinner tradition. It’s an intertribal gathering with traditional foods, song, dance, the native americans see their culture as a beauty they can't get enough of if unesco help keep this culture the endless beauty will never die out.
To kick off Native American Heritage Month, the University of Connecticut’s Native American Cultural Programs hosted guest speaker Jonathan Perry of the Aquinnah Wampanoag tribe in Massachusetts. Heritage month is an important month for the native americans, its a month where they celebrate and rejoice and embrace their lovely culture
Trista Vaughn TNE Writer At NSU, about one-third of the student body are Native American. NSU is the largest 4-year college with the biggest enrollment of American Indian or Alaskan Native students. These kids live and grow in their culture the children need to know what their background is and they are not gonna know if it's not continuing. it's a legacy and it need to live on.
Will Goins, former executive director of the Cherokee Indian Tribe of S.C., put a spotlight on Native American issues and culture. All he has worked for, for his culture is important now that he's gone it seems a little disrespect to remove the culture that he's tried soo hard of keeping and to hear that it's no longer a "popular culture" it's still a folk and it has a lot of meaning behind it.
In a state that’s home to 39 active Native American tribes, various initiatives at OU are working to preserve, revitalize and continue Native American cultures and languages. We need to continue their culture one of the things they feel are" people don't realize, sadly, is that our Native nations and our cultures are living cultures, and they are alive, dynamic and ever-changing", they don't want to think that their culture is being taken away from them. they want to keep their culture living.