The United Houma Nation and the Dulac Community Center are hosting a 3-day "Culture Camp" for tribal youth between the ages of 8-18. The camp will be three full days and 2 nights at the Dulac Community Center. Youth will have the opportunity to explore tribal culture including regalia making, stickball and traditional cooking. Also lots of opportunities to have fun in the sun and make new friends. ..
World-Renowned and Louisiana born Chef John Folse was found filming along the bayous of Terrebonne this week as part of his "A Taste of Louisiana" cooking show that broadcasts on PBS. Chef Folse intends to feature the food of the United Houma Nation as part of his program in the coming months. The exact broadcast date is expected to be August 14, 2014 and will be a three part feature. ..
With Memorial Day Weekend upon us, we would like to take an opportunity to reflect upon the personal sacrifices our men and women have made in the defense of this country for countless generations. The warrior instinct and responsibility never left our people following colonization. In fact, American Indians have been and continue to be have the highest rate of service per capita than any other ethnic group. ..
Professor Nathan Bruce Duthu was named as one of 5 Native Scholars who would be a great Native voice on the political scene as per an article on Indian Country Today. The article is in response to an obvious void of an American Indian voice nationally on the political scene. ..
Mr. Rodney Asevedo of Mereaux had a special presentation for Principal Chief Dardar and the UHN Tribal Council at the April 12, 2014 Council Meeting. He created and presented his original fence board painting of the tribal logo to be displayed in the UHN food booth at the upcoming New Orleans and Jazz Festival. Mr. Asevedo also handcrafted the custom stand where it will be displayed at the Settlement School Museum in Golden Meadow at the close of Jazz Fest. ..