Our Stories

Brittny

Brittny Seowtewa says her passion for Native food sovereignty began with her grandfather. She just didn’t realize it until her family received some unfortunate news. At the time, Brittny was […]

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Charis

This spring, the Zuni Youth Enrichment Project was able to safely bring kids back together for an eagerly anticipated hybrid cross-country program. Thirty 6- to 11-year-olds signed up for the […]

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Kenzi

Born and raised in Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico, Kenzi Bowekaty joined the Zuni Youth Enrichment Project in 2019 as an agriculture and nutrition intern. She says it was the perfect […]

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Tiana

During the winter months at Zuni Pueblo, the Zuni Youth Enrichment Project provides instruction in traditional social dances at Zuni Middle School and Shiwi Ts’ana Elementary School. Leading the way […]

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Aidan

Many of the Zuni Youth Enrichment Project’s youth participants have been enjoying our programs and activities for years. One of those participants is 16-year-old Aidan Banteah-Yuselew. Now a junior at […]

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