Aseto’ne Networking Project: Resources
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Welcome to the Aseto’ne Networking Project database filed with a diverse range in topics. The Aseto’ne Networking Project used many of the publications, videos, websites, and services listed to build the major components of the Project including mentoring, Indigenous research, research skills, career building tools, and conferences focused on medical and behavioral health. We highly recommend that you peruse the contents and discover the value these documents might have for your particular need.
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Whirling Log image description:
This image carries much significance to many Native American tribes with earliest examples of its usage appearing between 200 BCE – 500 CE. The image carried multiple meanings and was found on a variety of traditional pieces. Most notably, the Navajo understood the image to imitate the rotation of the sun and represents the wind and its four directions.