The Navajo Long Walk of 1863-1864 was a horrific event “...standing alongside the Bataan Death March, the Cherokee Trail of Tears, and the relocation of Japanese-Americans during World War II in terms of human tragedy." -José Cisneros
[Project] We are committed to designing effective supplemental instructional technology for schools and collaborating with local businesses such as Native Innovation, Inc. Pictured L-R Kialo Winters, Chris Muhlenfeld, and Jerome Tsosie.
[Project] Diné Web 2.0 is an online open-source group that contributes to preserving the Diné language using the World Wide Web as a repository.
[Project] "The Great Chacoan Escape" is a docu-drama telling the story of three Navajo girls' escape from the U.S. military round-up in 1863 to Bosque Redondo, Fort Sumner, New Mexico (The Long Walk of 1864-1868).
[Partner] The IYOU Group is a capacity building projects group focusing on community inter-generational presentations. Focusing on visual arts, movement, filmmaking/video, and song/music.
[Partner] The Eastern Navajo Arts and Crafts Festival benefits self-employed Navajo artists, food vendors, and other home-based entrepreneurs from the Eastern Navajo Nation Agency. ENACF celebrates the enduring traditions and artistry of Diné culture in northwest New Mexico.
Fostering the whole individual through life-long connections.
Collaborating with a diverse group of innovators through creative exchange to make a difference in the world.
We at Jumping Sun believe every individual reflects on their tasks daily. This reflection may sometimes become overwhelming and confusing. If you have a strong foundation of identity you adjust and realign your purpose to the task. You find your centeredness and "go back out" into the world continuing your contributions to society. Your schema or episodes in life builds your current character and shows through all you do. Mentoring, we believe is a strong component to building a strong identity. The individual, regardless of race, ethnicity, and religion all have background knowledge that would help their peers worldwide.
We look forward to hearing from you.