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Niwho:n je:nis whima:lyo' (Good day my friend/relative in Hupa) skue-yen' ue ke-choyhl nak-new Marlette Grant-Jackson. Hoopa mey'-wue-me-chok (good afternoon, my name is Marlette Grant-Jackson. I am from Hoopa. in Yurok), I grew up on the Hoopa Valley Reservation and attend k-12 schools there. I am an enrolled member of the Yurok Tribe.

I graduated with a BA in Native American Studies, and a minor in American Indian Education in October of 2001 from Humboldt State University. I have worked on HSU's campus ever since assisting Native students in attaining their higher educational goals.

I have always been very creative. I won my first art contest when I was in the 7th grade. I worked on school yearbooks through high school and I made my first quilt my senior year. I do bead work, jewelry, graphic arts, photography and pastels. Most all of my work are…

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  • Female
  • Born on July 24
  • Joined June 5, 2011

Favorite materials

Dentalium shells, Czech beads, abalone, Soft touch flex wire, pine nuts, cedar berries, bear grass, pastels, computer aided graphics, material with texture

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Niwho:n je:nis whima:lyo' (Good day my friend/relative in Hupa) skue-yen' ue ke-choyhl nak-new Marlette Grant-Jackson. Hoopa mey'-wue-me-chok (good afternoon, my name is Marlette Grant-Jackson. I am from Hoopa. in Yurok), I grew up on the Hoopa Valley Reservation and attend k-12 schools there. I am an enrolled member of the Yurok Tribe.

I graduated with a BA in Native American Studies, and a minor in American Indian Education in October of 2001 from Humboldt State University. I have worked on HSU's campus ever since assisting Native students in attaining their higher educational goals.

I have always been very creative. I won my first art contest when I was in the 7th grade. I worked on school yearbooks through high school and I made my first quilt my senior year. I do bead work, jewelry, graphic arts, photography and pastels. Most all of my work are inspirations from my upbringing.

wo-hlklaw' ki-me' ke nas esee To'kee kem ney-wu-chek (thank you for coming, and I will see you later. in Yurok)

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