Issue 75, Summer 2016

Aboriginal Day Live

Where Will You Find the Brightest Point of Summer? Gather together with APTN on Saturday, June 25 Writer: Sheldon McRae, APTN Communications Coordinator Aboriginal Day Live (formerly Aboriginal Day Live & Celebration) will transform the grounds at The Forks in Winnipeg into a daylong festival of free family-friendly activities. A free evening concert will feature a spectacular showcase of award-winning, ... Read More »

Tattoos

Some Interesting Information on Tattoos In Pacific Cultures tattooing has a huge historic significance. Polynesian tattooing is considered the most intricate and skillful tattooing of the ancient world The Maori of New Zealand had created one of the most impressive tattoo cultures of all those in Polynesia Borneo is a rare example of where traditional tribal tattooing is still practiced ... Read More »

10th Annual Native American Economic Summit

By Kim Baca From learning how to get ahead in a career to encouraging Pueblo women to get involved in local or statewide politics as another way to serve your community, female Native American business and government leaders offered advice and experience in hopes that they’ll inspire the next generation of Native women. “I hope that when girls see me, ... Read More »

THE VALUE OF A SUMMER JOB

allows you to gain skills and experience in a number of ways allows you to show what you can do allows you to make some contacts in the world of ‘work’ allows you to obtain a reference allows you the opportunity to learn how the work world works allows you to take some ‘real’ experience back to the classroom and ... Read More »

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