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Old 05-04-2004, 08:05 AM   #1
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My tradition, your tradition, future tradition?????

Something is really bothering me these days. What approach should we take towards our young people about learning native tradition? I love working with kids but teenage years they are more interested in friends, parties, music. Some really don't care about learning about their culture. Does anyone have their own thoughts on how to get more youth interested in being native???
Would like to hear your thoughts!
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