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6 Native Alternatives to Junk Food
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6 Native Alternatives to Junk Food
There are some unhealthy, sugary candies out there vying...
Sex Trafficking Experts Claim Amnesty International Has Betrayed Native Women
Advocates for indigenous women are outraged by what they...
‘The Beginning and End of Rape’: A Look at Sarah Deer’s Newest Book
American Indian and Alaska Native women are raped at a rate...
Native Cooking: Clean Eating, the ‘Dirty Dozen,’ and Sweet Potato Mash
I try to read every label and wash every vegetable and...
9 Ways Native Men Can Heal From Historical Trauma
Historical trauma has taken its toll on Native people, and...
Navajo Nation Sends Back Oily-Smelling Water Tanks
Navajo President Russell Begaye has ordered police to...
Health & Wellness
First Nation Flood Evacuees Back Home But Must Boil Water
David P. Ball
One month after more than one in 10 residents of James Smith Cree Nation in Saskatchewan had to be evacuated after historic flooding, nearly half the community remains under a boil...
Oklahoma Seminoles Discover Health Benefits of Tai Chi
Tai Chi, a martial art that originated from Ancient China, has been shown to ease the arthritis pain of seniors of the Seminole Nation of Oklahoma and can potentially benefit Ameri...
Hundreds Gather for Grand Opening of Red Lake Skate Park
On September 14 with just a week left of summer, hundreds of people gathered for the grand opening of the new Red Lake Skate Park...
Law Enforcement Gaps Leave Native Women Vulnerable to Rape and Domestic Violence
Kimberly N. Alleyne, America’s Wire
WASHINGTON—A gap in law enforcement on Native American lands creates an environment in which Native women suffer a higher rate of violence than any demographic in the United States...
Indian Health Service Steadily Improves Direct Health Care Delivery
By 5:30 a.m. on August 14-16, the lobby of the Tohono O’odham Desert Diamond Hotel in Tucson, Arizona was full...
Elections 2012: Abortion Debate Targets Native Students at University of New Mexico
The debate about abortion rights surfaced on the University of New Mexico campus this week – and American Indians were the focus...
New York Times Covers Spirit Lake Tribe's Alleged Attempts to Conceal Child Sex Abuse
A New York Times article published today, " A Tribe's Epidemic of Child Sex Abuse, Minimized for Years ," exposes the devastating prevalence of child sex abuse and rape on the Fort...
Al Jazeera Highlights Failure of Violence Against Women Act to Protect Native Women
Sarah Deer A recent episode of the Al Jazeera English program The Stream examined the failure of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) to provide adequate legal protection to Nativ...
Dr. Nicole Stern Assumes New Role as AAIP President With Focus on Reversing Obesity, Encouraging Native Youth To Pursue Medical Careers
Indigenous Resilience: Pacific Rim Nations Offer Innovative Adaptations to Climate Change
For some time, a welter of scientific data has indicated that climate changes would be dramatic and include extreme weather events...
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