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One More State Adds ‘New Money’ to the Indian Health System via Medicaid
These days “new” money is hard to find. That’s the kind of...
Be Part of the Solution: Let’s Stop HIV Together
I am a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma living...
Report: Healthy, Traditional Foods Essential for Tribes’ Survival
Tribal sovereignty means food sovereignty, according to a...
‘Human Trafficking Will Become One of the Top Three Crimes Against Native Women’
Earlier this month, the Montana Native Women’s Coalition (...
Tribal Sovereignty and the Call for Better Oral Health
The idea of “tribal sovereignty” is not static. It’s always...
Is There A Doctor in the House? UNM Graduates 39 Native Medical Professionals
The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center...
Health & Wellness
VAWA Passes Senate With Major Tribal Court Provisions; Status Quo for Alaska Natives
WASHINGTON – The U.S. Senate voted 68 – 31 on April 26 to approve the Violence against Women Act (VAWA) reauthorization...
More Conservatives Criticize Tribal Courts; White House Rebuts
WASHINGTON – More foes of tribal courts are making themselves known in the battle to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA), legislation currently under consideration in...
Inuit Urge Cooperation Between Science and Ancient Wisdom Amid Sobering Arctic Findings
A new study released at this week’s International Polar Year Conference finds the energy dynamics of the Arctic Ocean changing drastically, and in ways not foreseen by previous cli...
Southern California Tribes Unite to Show Support for Reinstating the Violence Against Women Act
Roughly 200 Indians from various Southern California Indian tribes held a walk to increase awareness of sexual assault against Native women and to show support for the Violence Aga...
Red Lake Artist Paints Mural for Suicide Prevention Campaign With Focus on Youth Bullying
THRIVE, the Northwest Portland Area Indian Health Board’s suicide prevention project, recently launched an American Indian- and Alaska Native-specific suicide prevention media camp...
Senate Women Safety Legislation to Exclude 40 Percent of Tribes
WASHINGTON – Approximately 230 out of the 566 federally recognized tribes would not be covered under tribal provisions of the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) reauthorization, cur...
Sitting Too Long Shortens Life
A new study of more than 200,000 Australians confirms sitting down for lengthy periods of time on a regular basis decreases your lifespan, reported The Atlantic ...
Aboriginal Health Services Decimated by Federal Cuts
More indigenous health programs have come under the budget axe, and Health Minister Leona Aglukkaq has come under fire...
Saginaw Chippewa Victim of Crime Honored With Tree Planting Ceremony
During National Crime Victims’ Rights Week , recognized April 22-28, federal attorneys will join the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe in Mount Pleasant, Michigan, to honor Iva Fuller,...
Notes From a Single Mom: The Beat Goes On
Lynn Armitage I have a troubled heart. Me and about 5 percent of the population. A mitral valve prolapse, they call it. It’s pretty harmless most of the time...
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