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Wednesday May 6, 2015
NATIVE YOUTH

President Barack Obama delivered a video message to the Gathering of Nations powwow
The White House is hosting the first-ever Native Youth Gathering in Washington, D.C. on July 9. The president invited Native youth to attend in a video message delivered the largest powwow in North America.
Message to Gathering of Nations | Generation Indigenous
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