Advocating Indigenous Ways Of Being That Can Be Supportive of Youth & Their Educational Institutions - Darrell Marks
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Darrell Marks is a single parent of two sons and a daughter, and is an indigenous Dine'/Navajo. Darrell is am White Corn Zuni Edgewater born for those going home, and his maternal grandparents are Red House and paternal grandparents are Salt. He is originally from the community of Tonalea which is northeast of Flagstaff, Arizona. Darrell serves as the academic advisor for Native American students here at Flagstaff High School. He is an advocate for the rights of Indigenous peoples and people of the global majority. Darrell works to meet the unmet needs of the Navajo and Hopi tribal communities, and also works to advocate for the environment and protection of sacred sites.

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