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Deloria Lane Many Grey Horses Violich, Brave Heart Society, Wins National Indigenous Education Award

Good day to all of you.  It is my pleasure to convey congratulations on behalf of all of us at the Alberta Office of Aboriginal Child and Youth Advocacy to one of our own for being recognized for a very prestigious and well deserved NationalAward Deloria Lane Many Grey Horses Violich has won the National Indigenous Education Award in the category of Leadership. 

Deloria will be presented her award by the Governor-General of Canada for her outstanding work in southeast Asia with Indigenous youth; her participation in the development of the  Alberta Indigenous Resource Manual; and for her role at the Alberta Office of Aboriginal Child and Youth Advocate. The awards are broadcast nationally on two select television networks, Global Television and Aboriginal Peoples Television (APTN).

 The Indspire Awards, formerly the National Aboriginal Achievement Awards recognize Indigenous professionals and youth who demonstrate outstanding career achievement. The awards were created in 1993, in conjunction with the United Nation’s International Decade of the World’s Indigenous Peoples and represent the highest honor the Indigenous community bestows upon its achievers.

Deloria, Congratulations on your achievements and for being honored with this prestigious award!

I hope you all had a great weekend.


Alberta Office of Aboriginal Child and Youth Advocacy

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Comment by Casius Darroux on March 11, 2013 at 8:55pm

keep up the goood work my friend

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