United National Indian Tribal Youth kicks off virtual 44 Day Challenge to celebrate 44th birthday

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Challenge kicks off today, April 16, at 3 p.m. PST on Facebook

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United National Indian Tribal Youth 

United National Indian Tribal Youth, UNITY, is celebrating its 44 birthday tomorrow, April 16. In honor of its 44 years, UNITY, the largest Native youth leadership development organization, will be kicking off a 44 Day Challenge for Native youth on Facebook Live. UNITY wants to encourage youth to reach out to others, and to send the message that, even though we are all staying at home, we can still find ways to serve our communities.

Members of the National UNITY Council's Executive Committee will share ways youth councils and individuals can complete a project while self-isolating, utilizing the YOUth Can! Curriculum. They will also give tips for staying connected with other Native youth using various online platforms while social distancing, and share available resources.

What: UNITY 44 Day Challenge Facebook Live Kick-Off
When: Thursday, April 16, 3 p.m. PST
Where: https://www.facebook.com/UNITYinc76/

Who: The Live Kick-Off will be led by members of the National UNITY Council’s Executive Committee.

Join Native youth leaders live at 3 p.m. PST today:



Founded in 1976, United National Indian Tribal Youth, Inc. (UNITY) is a national network organization promoting personal development, citizenship, and leadership among Native Youth. UNITY's mission is to foster the spiritual, mental, physical, and social development of American Indian and Alaska Native youth ages 14 -24, and to help build a strong, unified, and self-reliant Native America through greater youth involvement. UNITY's network currently includes 320 affiliated youth councils in 36 states. Youth Councils are sponsored by Tribes, Alaska Native villages, high schools, colleges, urban centers, and others. 

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