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Kamaka Family Rocks the Ukulele
Santee Sioux Assert Tribal Sovereignty
The Many Sins of Pope Francis's Saints
Cyril Pahinui: Preserving Hawaii’s Music
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The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness, Yoga
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The Pope & When Genocide Isn't Genocide
1st US Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
Indigenous Earthquake Tales Validated
Thing About Skins
4 Healthy Eating Tips for National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
Childhood obesity has more than doubled in the past 30...
Study: Inuit Omega-3 Genetic Adaptation Could Change Health Story
For years the American Heart Association has suggested...
Treaty Tribes in Washington Hail EPA’s Proposed Fish Consumption Rate and Water Quality Rules
It has been 20 years since Oregon revised its fish...
Tragedy Leads to Collaborative Efforts Toward Suicide Prevention
The Navajo Nation is facing a health emergency after a...
Boarding Schools: A Black Hole of Native American History
Zigmund Hollow Horn sat inside the deanery of a small...
Intergenerational Grief on Cheyenne River Indian Reservation
Candace Ducheneaux, a Lakota Indian with gray-streaked hair...
Health & Wellness
VA Discusses New Tactics For Processing Claims
On July 11, The Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) announced several efforts geared toward the process of completing veterans’ disability claims faster and more accurately...
Lakota Community Battles Deadly Rodent-Spread Hantavirus
Patti Jo King
The Oglala Sioux Tribe (OST) has initiated an intensive awareness and prevention program in order to address a recent Hantavirus outbreak in the Pine Ridge Village District ...
Notes From a Single Mom: Loose Ties—What Should I Do With the Ex-in-Laws?
Lynn Armitage The graduation announcement sat on my kitchen counter for a month, staring me down. What to do, what to do?...
Ken Salazar Celebrates 'Let’s Move! in Indian Country' With Isleta Pueblo Youth
Students at Isleta Pueblo School shoot hoops with Salazar (Tami Heilemann, DOI Photographer) On Wednesday evening, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar asked a crowd of Native chi...
Exceptionally Engineered Drug-Smuggling Tunnel Discovered Beneath U.S.-Mexico Border
The 57-foot vertical shaft entrance to the tunnel on the U.S. side (Drug Enforcement Administration) U.S...
A 26-Year-Old Lakota Activist Campaigns to Make Plan B Available, Affordable to Native Women
Sunny Clifford, a 26-year-old Pine Ridge Tribal park ranger , has launched a Change.org petition that seeks to improve the quality of women’s lives by making Plan B available—and a...
Women’s Health Rights Advocate, Joan Dunlop, Walks On
Joan Dunlop, an advocate for women’s health rights, walked on June 29 at her home in Lakeville, Connecticut...
Stand Up for Your Health: Three Simple Tips to Add Two Years to Your Lifespan
Sitting down for more than three hours a day can cut a person's life expectancy by two years—even if he or she is generally physically active, according to a study published June 1...
Obama Administration Enlists Tribes to Fight GOP Health Law Repeal Effort
WASHINGTON – The Obama administration is working with tribal leaders to fight against Republican congressional attempts to repeal the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (AC...
One Blistering Sunburn During Childhood Doubles the Risk of Melanoma
Check out SunWise action steps at www.epa.gov/sunwise/kids/kids_actionsteps.html . For kids and teens, a single sunburn may lead to life-threatening consequences later in life...
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