Native American Educational Resources
Four Directions Teachings: The goal for the project was to create an engaging site where people could experience Indigenous knowledge and philosophy and where educators could incorporate the site into their curriculum. FourDirectionsTeachings.com honors oral traditions by creating an environment where visitors are encouraged to listen with intent as each elder/ traditional teacher shares a teaching from their perspective on the richness and value of cultural traditions from their nation.
SEJANAM: The Southeastern Jurisdictional Agency on Native American Ministries (SEJANAM) was created by Native Americans and established by the 1984 Jurisdictional Conference to help create: Awareness and Dialogue, New Congregations and Ministries, Leadership Enlistment and Training, Inter-Tribal Witness/Sharing, Cross Cultural Witness/Sharing, and Sensitivity to Inclusiveness. SEJANAM serves the fifteen annual conferences of the SEJ, twenty-three Native American churches, three ministries of the SEJ, and seeks to serve approximately 210,000 Native Americans of the nine southeastern states of the SEJ.
The Native Learning Center – (NLC) offers free Training and Technical Assistance to Native Americans and those working within Indian Country. Our training promotes the essentials of The Native American Housing Assistance and Self Determination Act of 1996 (NAHASDA) for Tribal members and their communities.
White Bison – White Bison offers sobriety, recovery, addictions prevention, and wellness/Wellbriety learning resources to the Native American community nationwide. You can subscribe to their weekly Native American Wisdom newsletter. We have found these to be priceless life lessons from our ancestors.
Broken Walls – Jonathan Maracle, a wonderful musician of Mohawk descent. He spreads the message of God through amazing Native songs!
NativeTech – NativeTech is an educational web site that covers topics of Native American technology and art with an emphasis on the Eastern Woodlands region.
The Red Road – The Red Road exists to educate students and communities on the history and condition of Native American culture and to provide hope by empowering and ministering within Native American communities.