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Published on Dec 17, 2015
NativeVision is an innovative, strengths-based approach that promotes healthy lifestyles, the pursuit of education, cultural connectedness, fitness and nutrition among Native youth through a sports engagement strategy. It is propelled by professional and collegiate athlete volunteers paired with Johns Hopkins public health experts and tribal leaders. The overall goal is to protect, strengthen, and inspire the next generation of Native leaders.
Now going into its 20th year, NativeVision was launched in 1996 by Johns Hopkins Center for American Indian Health in partnership with the NFL Players Association and Nick Lowery Charitable Foundation. Free of charge for all who participate, it now serves 1,500 American Indian youth annually through intensive summer camps and after-school programs. Learn more at NativeVision.org.
This video shows the impact of NativeVision on one person of the over 40,000 served to date.