Crown Hill home helps homeless youth make positive changes
By Celina Kareiva
June 24, 2010
Labateyah, located at 9010 13th Ave. N.W., was established in 1992 when founder Bearnie Whitebear noticed that Native American youth were disproportionately represented in the homeless community and often had trouble assimilating into traditional support programs. Whitebear hoped to provide Native youth with a nurturing environment and culturally relevant program…Read the rest at the Ballard News-Tribune
Fourth of July Playlist by AIROS
This Fourth of July, AIROS wants to share some songs from contemporary Native artists. They may look like your standard songs sung on the Fourth of July, but each one has its own take on America and comes from a Native perspective.