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Native Braids: A youth mentor in Towaoc explains what motivates him to help young people

Native Braids- Mark Wing
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Mark Wing in July, 2019, giving a talk about Ute culture in Lake City, Colorado.

Hear this story and others on the Native Braids website.

Mark Wing runs youth programs in Towaoc, Colorado. In this interview with Kateri Bancroft, Mark talks about how his mother inspired his work with young people.

Mark Wing and Kateri Bancroft are members of the Ute Mountain Ute tribe, and live in Towoac, Colorado.

Pictured above: Mark Wing in July, 2019, giving a talk about Ute culture in Lake City, Colorado.

Native Braids is a co-production of KSUT Tribal Radio and independent producer Adam Burke.

When to listen on KSUT:
Native Braids episodes can be heard on both Tribal Radio and Four Corners Public Radio at approximately the following times (actual time may vary slightly due to story length):

- Mondays and Wednesdays: at approx 7:50 AM during Morning Edition
- Tuesdays and Thursdays: at approx 5:50 PM during All Things Considered

Read more about Native Braids for Native American Heritage Month.

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