Storytelling is a tradition among all Native Americans. This is a time to relate history, give counsel and explain natural phenomenon. The storytellers are charged not only with entertaining but also with passing down oral traditions. This writer remembers cold winter evenings sitting by her grandfather as he told stories that brought vivid images to her mind. It was a time for family togetherness, wisdom shared and new learning.
On Monday February 6th, Nebo Title VI (Indian Education), participated in American Indian Caucus Day at the State Capitol. This is a time when tribal leaders and state leaders are able to meet together and discuss issues that impact Indian people in our great state. Community members and partners of the Native community were also invited.
Join us for a wonderful opportunity! We are taking a bus on Monday, February 6, 2017 to the State Capitol to participate in the American Indian Caucus Day. This is an opportunity to interact with legislators and state and tribal leaders. We will take a tour of the capitol, watch the process of the passing of bills in the House of Representatives chambers and meet legislators. In addition, we will listen in on discussions between state and tribal leaders in our great state.
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