Ja:goh Bernadette “Miss B” Scott (Cattaraugus Territory, Seneca, Deer clan). Bernadette graduated from the University at Buffalo with her Master’s degree in American Studies. Bernadette is currently employed with the SN Education Department and plans to pursue her PhD in American Studies.
Ganondagan July eNews | Saisgekneh Sga:d | 2022 National Geographic’s July 2022 Issue “We Are Here” “North America’s Native Nations Reassess their Sovereignty” featuring Angel Jimerson (Seneca), Ange Ferguson (Onondaga) sharing what sovereignty means to them. “It’s brought me on a path that’s leading me towards being grounded, being more connected with the earth” Angel […]
June 21, 2022 | Medaille.edu | Photo credit: Medaille University Dr. Lori V. Quigley (Seneca, wolf clan) was appointed by Medaille University’s Board of Trustees as Interim President of Medaille University effective June 20, 2022 after the retirement of previous President Dr. Kenneth Macur. To assure there is continued strong and committed leadership for faculty, […]
Seneca Mothers Against Drugs Submitted by Steve Watt In response to the problem of opiate and other drug addiction on our territories, the Seneca Mothers Against Drugs (SMAD) has in the past conducted slow rolls on the Cattaraugus Territory to bring attention to the problem. The most recent slow roll was held on June 12, […]
REMINDER: Saturday, July 23rd is Dr. Peter Jemison Day & this year’s event is FREE! After a two-year hiatus Ganondagan’s Indigenous Music & Arts Festival is returning Saturday and Sunday, July 23 – 24, 2022. For this year only, our Indigenous Music & Arts Festival will be FREE for everyone! The event showcases Haudenosaunee and […]
Salamanca City Central School District SCCSD Facebook Page Friday, June 24, 2022 – Shown here are our Native American students dressed to PERFECTION in their Regalia ready for the 136th Commencement Ceremony. Ja:goh!
Rte. 438 and Versailles Plank Road, Cattaraugus Territory | Submitted by Marilyn Anderson It’s July already and we are looking forward to more summer events. Fairs, reunions, birthday parties, etc. Along with enjoying those events, why not try attending a church service to give thanks for all the blessings that we have in our lives? […]
June 18, 2022 | @Bucknell_TFXC Make it TWO national titles for Rayven Sample! He won the T45-47 100m today to complete an awesome weekend at the 2022 Paralympics National Championships. Congrats Rayven! MIRAMAR, Florida – Bucknell track & field’s Rayven Sample won his second national title at the 2022 Paralympics National Championships on Saturday, June […]
Submitted by Nikki Seneca June 25, 2022 – During last month’s Buffalo Bisons Native American Heritage Night, Layla Seneca sang the Canadian and United States National Anthems. Layla Seneca is an enrolled member of the Seneca Nation and belongs to the Turtle Clan. She is the daughter of Steve & Nikki Seneca. She is currently […]
Submitted by Irma Cortes Congrats to Raymond Cortes, II (Sophomore) on an excellent season playing for the Lake Shore/Silver Creek Eagles and for making the Section 6 WNY Team-1st team and Class C-1st team. Ray was “Player of the Game” on 4/5/22, scoring 4 goals and 14 ground balls. Ray also received the “Sportsmanship Award” […]