Canku Ota


(Many Paths)


AN Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


March 10, 2001 - Issue 31



Favorite Sites


by Vicki Lockard from various sources


The NDN Rights Project
The NDN Rights Project first and foremost is an American Indian Civil Rights organization made up American Indian students and student organization. In the furthering of its mission the Project seeks to unite often isolated American student organizations in cooperation, with the hope of supplying them with information and support that will allow them to be more effective both on their campus and in the local and national Indian community.


International Collection of Tongue Twisters
Just for Fun!! Welcome to the world's largest collection of tongue twisters! With entries in 77 languages!! 


Aboriginal Talent Directory 
Welcome to the on-line version of the Aboriginal Broadcast Talent Directory,
a database of Aboriginal people working in the film and television
industry including producers, directors, writers and technicians.


Tutor Mentor Connection
"It Takes a Village To Raise a Child." The Tutor/Mentor Village requires safe places where kids and adults can meet, not just at schools during the school day, but during the non-school hours at community centers, churches, businesses, etc. This Web site is dedicated to helping build the village.

Homework Help
About the site. This site is loaded with helpful links to homework help online.


 National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation
The National Aboriginal Achievement Foundation is a nationally registered charitable organization created in 1985 by Mohawk conductor and composer John Kim Bell. Now entering its 16th year, the Foundation has fulfilled educational dreams for Aboriginal youth, placed the importance of education and the abilities of Aboriginal people into the forefront, and built an organization that is financially sound.


Native Americas Journal
Native Americas is the award-winning publication of Akwe:kon Press of the American Indian Program at Cornell University. It features articles that cover the most important and critical issues of concern to Native (indigenous/ aboriginal) peoples throughout the Western Hemisphere, synthesizing the many voices, perspectives and streams of information that currently permeate the communication highways. Native Americas writers, thinkers and doers are firmly rooted in Native American community life. It is therefore a source of significant and reliable information. Many of the articles in Native Americas feature breaking news from in-depth investigative reporting.




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