2015 Native American Youth & Family Center Canoe Journey A

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2015 Native American Youth &
Family Center Canoe Journey
A Relational Worldview Awakening
2015 Native American Youth &
Family Center Canoe Journey
A Relational Worldview Awakening
Tribal Canoe Stories from Alaska
History of the Northwest Canoe Journey
Paddle to Seattle, 1989
Participation in Anishinaabe Cultural
Immersion & Intertribal Canoe Journey
2012
The Work & Lessons
Before the Journey
Anishinaabe Canoe
Family & Protocol
Quinault Inspires NAYA Elders
PDX Indian Community Come Together in
Support of the Journey
Breakfast at Cathedral
Park, July 2013
Canoe Launch at Champoeg Park, July
2013
Welcoming Ceremony at Quinault
Quinault Journey Engaging the Youth
Totem Pole Erected to Honor
Quinault Elders
The NAYA Canoe Family Vision Takes
Shape
2013
Inclusion of NAYA Mission & Values
 Culture, Tradition, &
Education
 Healing
 Focus on Community Strengths
 Leadership
 Pride & Respect
 Youth Driven, Elder Guided
Paddling Our Way to 2015
 Established Committees
 Growing Partnerships
 Community Support and
Outreach
 Obtained Canoe Equipment
 Educational Awareness
 Training Received
How You Can Support The Journey
Canoe Committees
 Communication
 Curriculum
 Equipment
 Partnership
 Protocol
 Puller Development
 Youth
 Elders
 Volunteers
 Donors
 NAYA
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