Although attention to human trafficking has grown in the...
ICWA Hearings Melissa Clyde Nevaeh
John Echohawk had heard enough. On May 14, he had listened...
ALIIVE Native Youth Ambassadors New Years Eve
Incarcerated youth on the Lake Traverse Reservation in...
Desperate to stem the recent spate of youth suicides in...
Indian country has long faced the epidemic of diabetes with...
Like many indigenous experts and environmentalists, Iowa...
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Health & Wellness

Tish Leizens
10/27/12
The American Heart Association (AHA), with four other partners, is honoring all heart attack and stroke survivors and their families in their inaugural pow wow, on November 3, in C...
Dale Carson
10/27/12
The jack-o-lantern originated in Ireland and Scotland...
ICTMN Staff
10/26/12
Angela Rios (Colville Confederated Tribes, Washington), swimming from Alcatraz to San Francisco on October 8 (Colin Gift) After six days of training, on October 8, a dozen Native A...
ICTMN Staff
10/26/12
In September 2011, Vice President Joe Biden launched the "1 is 2 Many" initiative to raise awareness of the need to reduce dating violence and sexual assault among women ages 16 to...
ICTMN Staff
10/25/12
A new bill in the Pennsylvania House proposes limiting the financial assistance provided to low-income women who give birth to children while covered by the Temporary Assistance to...
ICTMN Staff
10/24/12
For three agonizing days, Ricky Gilmore, 49, dragged himself four miles through the New Mexico desert before a motorist stopped to help him on a seldom trafficked road on the Navaj...
ICTMN Staff
10/24/12
It’s no coincidence that the month of November recognizes both National Native American Heritage and American Diabetes month...
ICTMN Staff
10/24/12
Indiana Republican Senate candidate Richard Mourdock called pregnancy from rape a "gift from God," during his debate Tuesday night with Democratic opponent Rep. Joe Donnelly...
Valerie Taliman
10/23/12
Sheldon Keeswood Sr...
ICTMN Staff
10/23/12
On October 22, when Russell Means walked on after several months of battling inoperable throat cancer, Oglala Sioux Tribal President John Yellow Bird Steele announced a new effort ...

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