Canku Ota

(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


June 2, 2001 - Issue 37



Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


Children's Partnership
The emerging information society will profoundly affect how the nation's children learn, play, communicate and prepare for the future. Since 1994, The Children's Partnership has been in the forefront of defining the interests of children in the digital age and advocating for effective solutions. The issues of quality and safety of the new digital media for children and equal access for all children are the focus for The Children's Partnership.

TCP has defined a major initiative to advance a children's agenda and ensure that the building momentum will yield tangible benefits for children. Elements include research and publishing, coalition-building and public awareness, writing consumer and parent guides, and building local partnerships which demonstrate the power of community-based technology.


National Gallery of Art-Kids
Be sure to check the Calendar of Events for up-to-date information about things to see and do. If you're planning a visit, you might want to attend the Children's Film Program or other Family Activities related to special exhibitions and the permanent collections.


Louisiana Folklife
Louisiana has a vast array of cultural traditions--from jazz and country fiddling to Mardi Gras Indians and trap making. Folklife in Louisiana introduces you to the many worlds that comprise Louisiana through a comprehensive web site that includes photos, essays, articles, virtual books, study guides, and much more.


Youth Health
Youthealth provides a fun multimedia experience for young people that
promotes good health practices

Genius Find
Geniusfind is a directory of search engines, archives, and databases that
are topic-specific.


Surf the Net with Kids
Welcome to my vision of what's wonderful on the Web. Welcome parents, kids, teens, grandparents, teachers, librarians and the incurably curious. I am a syndicated newspaper columnist, mother, wife and Net surfer supreme (not listed in order of importance, of course). As seen in millions of newspapers each week, here are my site recommendations for kids and families


Free Online Scholarships Newsletter
The purpose of the newsletter is to share news and discussion on the migration of print scholarship to the internet and efforts to make it available to readers free of charge.




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