The Lummi CEDAR project helps prevent suicide among Native youth through cultural and leadership programs that build pride in one's identity.
Ten years ago, young people who were feeling depressed might write…Continue
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The UH Hawai'inuiākea School of Hawaiian Knowledge, INPEACE, and Kamehameha Schools formed a partnership…Continue
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Those of us who are here in Honolulu at the ECE/CLE had the opportunity to visit Ma'O Farm yesterday.
It was an life-enriching journey to a place where people dedicate themselves to planting and harvesting food in ways that respect the land, the farm worker, the community, and the people who eat. It is a dramatic extension of what we experienced at Ka Papa Lo'i O Kanewai a day earlier. Mahalo to the vision and tireless work of Kukui and her team. The humanitarian and environmental work…
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CLE Member Lee Francis (not pictured) used Gracious Space for professional development with teachers and school administrators in Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico.
Say the words “professional development”…Continue
Added by Melia Dicker on June 3, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments