dreadlocks or an afro, adorned with a feathered crown and holding

Maipuri Arauan Nation



Trubian Village Tribal University


I. Executive Summary

The Trubian Village Cultural Equity Foundation & Academy (TVCEFA), a Cuthaugula Coahuila Tribal government agency and civil engineering organization, is pleased to present this proposal for the establishment of Trubian Village Tribal University (TVTU). TVTU will be a unique educational institution offering K-12 education with a focus on general education, tribal sovereignty, tribal law, agriculture, communication, and performing arts. This proposal outlines our vision, mission, objectives, and the steps required to bring this transformative project to life.

II. Introduction

A. Background

Trubian Village, a culturally rich community with a deep connection to tribal heritage, seeks to create an educational institution that preserves and celebrates its unique cultural identity. TVTU aims to provide a comprehensive education that incorporates both traditional tribal knowledge and modern educational practices.

B. Vision

Trubian Village Tribal University envisions a future where:

>Trubian youth receive a well-rounded education that combines academic excellence with cultural immersion.

>Tribal sovereignty and tribal law are core components of the curriculum, empowering students to become informed advocates for their community.

>Agriculture and sustainable farming practices are taught to promote self-sufficiency and environmental stewardship.

>Effective communication skills and performing arts are cultivated to preserve and share tribal stories and traditions.

III. Objective

The main objectives of TVTU are as follows:

1.  To provide K-12 education that integrates tribal culture, history, and language into the curriculum.

2. To foster an understanding of tribal sovereignty and tribal law among students, preparing them to be active participants in their       

    tribal community.

3. To promote sustainable agriculture and environmental awareness.

4. To develop effective communication skills and celebrate performing arts as integral aspects of tribal identity.

IV. Curriculum and Divisions

A. Curriculum Overview

Tribian Village Tribal University will offer a holistic curriculum with a focus on the following areas:

>General Education: A robust academic program aligned with national standards.

>Tribal Sovereignty and Law: Courses covering the history, governance, and legal aspects of tribal sovereignty.

>Agriculture: Hands-on agricultural training to promote food security and sustainable farming practices.

>Communication: Building effective communication skills, including traditional and modern storytelling.

>Performing Arts: Celebrating tribal traditions through dance, music, and theater.

B. Divisions

> TVTU will consist of two divisions:

> K-8th Grade Division: Providing a strong foundation in general education and introducing students to tribal culture and values.

> 9th-12th Grade Division: Offering advanced coursework, including tribal law and specialized subjects, to prepare students for higher education or employment.

V. Funding and Resources

To bring Trubian Village Tribal University to fruition, TVCEFA, as a Cuthaugula Coahuila Tribal government agency and civil engineering organization, will seek funding from various sources, including grants, private donations, and partnerships with tribal organizations. A comprehensive financial plan will be developed to ensure the long-term sustainability of the institution.

VI. Community Involvement

TVCEFA will actively involve the Trubian community in the planning and development of TVTU. We will hold regular community meetings, seek input on curriculum development, and engage tribal elders as advisors.

VII. Conclusion

Trubian Village Tribal University, a project led by the Trubian Village Cultural Equity Foundation & Academy, a Cuthaugula Coahuila Tribal government agency and civil engineering organization, represents an exciting opportunity to create an educational institution deeply rooted in tribal culture and values. By offering K-12 education with a unique focus on tribal sovereignty, agriculture, communication, and performing arts, TVTU will empower the next generation to preserve and celebrate the rich heritage of Trubian Village. We invite your support and collaboration to make this vision a reality. 



Liberty Scouts



Mission Statement

We support student academic achievement and mentor youth and young adults ages 9 to 19 in education and the performing arts. We help enhance cultural awareness, offer a deterrent to gangs and strive to create positive social change within the community.


Vision Statement

Improving the community by strengthening families, increasing knowledge and building unity.



Trubian Village was founded in 2006 in an effort to fill a void and provide at risk minority youth an outlet for positive expression through education and the development of talents in the performing arts.


Minko, Lusa'Kio Yakaba


Executive Youth Director:


Time frame:

Wednesday 4pm - 6 pm

Saturday 9am - 12pm


The Trubian Village Liberty Scouts Program is designed to build self confidence in a structured environment to instill self discipline, a sense of community ownership and responsibility. Youth will learn leadership skills by participating in cadet training, team building exercises, and community service projects. Youth will earn the opportunity to attend an annual camping trip, trip to a water park, a major sporting event and other community based events. Participation in off-site outings depends on each youths performance in the program.



Community Service Mentoring Program



$150 Per Month +Uniform


Trubian Village

304 South Jones Blvd,

Las Vegas, NV 89107




Building Our Youth Into Adults


Trubian Village

Tru-Leaders Of Tomorrow

Youth Academy


General Program Agenda:


Stretching and calisthenics – 20 minutes


Pick up trash in the community – 30 minutes


Water and bathroom break – 10 minutes


Historical Fact Discussion – 10 minutes


This discussion will encompass topics pertaining to Americans who achieved great things in the face of adversity.


Topic of the Day – Open Discussion – 40 minutes


Topics of the Day will

encompass subjects that empower and motivate the youth to achieve success as well as promote healthy lifestyle choices.


Community Service Project Saturday: 


1)Event Hosting

2)Community ushers 

3) Community escorts 

4) Community clean up detail  

5) Event support (Set up & brake down) 

6) Feed the hungry 

7) Senor & Veteran Support


Ensure that business practices align with and promote Cuthaugula Coahuila cultural traditions.

Rites of Passage 

1) Discipline & organization. 

2) Character building. 

3) Decision making skills 

4) Proper use of English 

5) Correct speech and diction 

6) Vocabulary building 

7) Proper etiquette 

8) Self-esteem 

9) Self discipline 

10) Grooming & hygiene 

11) Importance of goal setting 

12) Cultural awareness and values



Constitutional Law

All youth will be tout Constitutional Rights, Law, meanings and concepts.


Participants of this program will be given a mentor who will work with the youth and provide a source of emotional support and encouragement.


Additional Programs


Business Management: 

  1. Creating a business plan 
  2. Profit and Loss 
  3. Inventory management 
  4. Record Keeping
  5. Marketing and advertising


Public Broadcasting:

1) News broadcasting 

2) Communication 

3) Public speaking 

4) Talk show production. 

5) Podcast Radio production.


Music Production: 

 1) Song writing

2) Reading music 

3) Beat & sound track creation

4) Music recording

5) Sound Engineering



  1. Step

  2. Hip Hop Dance

  3. Drill Team & Drum line