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'Those Drunk Indians': What Indigenous Women Face Daily in Canada and Beyond
Editor’s Note: Last month a jury acquitted a man accused of...
Rape PTSD Equal To Effects of War
For many women, rape is a crime where the after-effects of...
Orofacial Clefts More Common in American Indian Births
No family is ever truly prepared to have their obstetrician...
A Junk Food Tax in a Food Desert: Navajo Nation Tries to Curb Unhealthy Snacking
Be prepared to pay a little bit extra for that bag of Hot...
Food or Marijuana Production: Which Has a Better Return for Tribes?
Tribal Stewardship of Plant and Food Sovereignty was the...
April is Autism Awareness Month—Know the Signs
The Choctaw Nation is leading the way in autism education,...
Health & Wellness
Dale Carson Pays Tribute to Granny Squannit, a Wampanoag Legend
Dale Carson In Wampanoag legend, Granny Squannit was and remains a very prominent figure...
The Dangers of 'Bath Salts'—Linked to the Miami 'Zombie' Attack
The street drug "bath salts" is being blamed for the recent Miami "zombie" attack, in which 31-year-old Rudy Eugene stripped off all his clothing and attacked Ronald Poppo, 65, dev...
Nephi Craig Plans Indigenous Food-and-Culture Conference
Craig demonstrated French-inspired Native cooking at the Native Food Festival held by the Tohono O’odham Community Action at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona, in December 2004...
Photo Demonstrates the Drastic Results of Overexposure to the Sun
If you ever questioned the power of the sun's rays and their ability to wreck havoc on the skin, view this photo of a 69-year-old truck driver, who for 28 years exposed the left si...
USDA Study: Taxing or Increasing Cost of Sugary Beverages Can Lower Obesity Rates
A United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) study, “ Measuring Weight Outcomes for Obesity Intervention Strategies: The Case of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages ,” has found that inc...
Whiteclay Confessions: An Oglala Exposes Violent, Seamy Effects of Whiteclay’s Liquor Stores
We went to a tribal member who spent years patronizing Whiteclay’s beer stores, but has now sobered up and turned his life around...
SMSC to Match AAIP $100K Grant to Fund Program for Future Native M.D.s
The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community has agreed to match a $100,000 grant from the Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP) to assist American Indian and Alaska Native ...
Authorities Place Safety Checks Near Pine Ridge to Combat Alcohol Woes
Just south of Pine Ridge village on prom night for Pine Ridge High School, the blue and red swirling lights of Oglala Lakota tribal cop cars lit up the two-lane road, blocking the ...
Will Bloomberg's Ban on Big Gulp Sodas in NYC Lower Obesity Rates?
In an effort to curb obesity rates, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has proposed a ban to limit the serving size of soda and other sugar-sweetened beverages sold at delis, fa...
Beer Profiteers Fight Oglala Lawsuit That Seeks Control of Alcohol Sales
The Oglala Lakota elder spread out the map on her kitchen table...
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