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State Awards $2.4 Million to Tribal Programs for Native Early Education

The Washington State Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF) recently awarded a total of $2.4 million to different tribal agencies across the state in order to fund early education for Native American and Tribal children. 

Peace & Justice Action League of Spokane to Hold 3-Day Organizing & Issues Conference

The Peace & Justice Action League of Spokane (PJALS) is holding its 14th annual action conference Sept. 28 – 30. The conference is designed to help activists “sharpen skills, deepen analysis and strengthen relationships.”

Salish School adds new building to campus

Despite the struggles created by the pandemic, Salish School of Spokane will add a new building to its campus, allowing them more space to teach young children in two programs and a bit of breathing room and to continue their vision of teaching from cradle to college.

Salish School to host Rally for Salish Language

To celebrate the United Nations (UN) Year of Indigenous Languages, Salish School of Spokane will be leading the 2019 Rally for Salish on Friday, July 26 at noon in the Clocktower Meadow of Riverfront Park in downtown Spokane.

This Weekend’s Salmon Tales Gala To Raise Funds for Salish School

“It [the event] is an opportunity for people to join in the work of achieving our mission,” Parkin said.  “It’s an opportunity for somebody who is out there who thinks that we should honor the true full history of Spokane including the first nations of Spokane, the original inhabitants and the first language of Spokane.”

Salish School holds first Native youth culture event

"...I noticed that there’s this huge lack of Native American students who are really into their culture.”

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