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Helping Native American Youth Tell Their Stories Through Video
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Wednesday, 27 May 2009

Helping Native American Youth Tell Their Stories Through Video

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 In this video, Tracy Rector, executive director of Longhouse Media, discusses Native Lens, a program that offers filmmaking workshops for Native American youth in Washington state's Puyallup, Swinomish, Muckleshoot, and Lummi tribes. Native Lens encourages young people to tell their own stories and become stewards for Native American culture. Rector explains how her project provides opportunities for at-risk native youth to make a positive contribution to their communities through digital storytelling.

 
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