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Jim Boyd Is Laid to Rest in Inchelium
Weekly Pow Wow Planner 6-27 to 7-4
Lenape Center Honors Linguist Rementer
A Letter From Leonard Peltier
VIDEO: Native Regalia and Indie Rock
FireKeepers Reveals Look of New Taphous
The Political Drama of Carlyle Begay
PHOTOS: 2 Spirit Unity at NY Gay Pride
Disenrollment Killing Nooksack Language
Lake Isabella Fire: 2 Dead, 250 Homes
4 More Sacred Places That Need Prayers
Historic: Native Woman Appointed
The Anti-Disenrollment Chorus: Part 3
Democratic Sit-In: Not All Cracked Up 2B
Native Engineering Students Win at NASA
The 2016 ICTMN Native Golf Directory
Remember Peltier - but also Joe Stuntz
Destruction Accelerating at Sacred Site
Susie Islands Return to Grand Portage
Roosevelt: ‘Only Good Indians Are Dead'
Thing About Skins
Astounding Nurse-Interpreters Save Patients and Doctors
Nurses working with Alaska Natives on the continent’s icy...
Remember the Removal Riders Complete Emotional 950-Mile Journey
The 2016 Remember the Removal Bike Ride cyclists rolled...
Paul Ryan’s Call for Indian Health ‘Choices’ Would Be a Disaster
TRAHANT REPORTS—Every once in a while an idea is floated...
Navajo Nation Gardening Challenge Unites and Empowers Families
Reconnecting Navajo families through self-reliance, food...
FDA Defies Consultation Regs: No Tribal Input on Food Safety Rules
The federal Food and Drug Administration failed to meet its...
Swinomish Tribe Wins National Climate Adaptation Leadership Award
The Swinomish Indian Tribal Community in LaConnor, Wash.,...
Health & Wellness
Breaking: BIA Publishes Final ICWA Rule
Underscoring Congress’s intent to protect the cohesiveness of Indian children, families and communities in state welfare proceedings, Acting Assistant Secretary - Indian Affairs La...
Walk for Wellness Promotes Healthy Habits in Fun Atmosphere
In an effort to promote health and wellness, Oklahoma City Indian Clinic (OKCIC), a nonprofit that provides services to American Indians in central Oklahoma, held its 16th annual W...
Deadly Hep C Going Untreated in Native Communities
Tanya H. Lee
Hepatitis C is raging through American Indian and Alaska Native communities, and the Indian Health Service does not have nearly enough funding to fight the disease, according to a ...
It Takes a Village to Raise a Doctor; 2 Yaqui Students Win Udall Scholarships
Tanya H. Lee
For Marcos A. Moreno, Yaqui, and Victor A...
Frankenfish Redux: Canada Approves Genetically Modified Salmon for Consumption
Following in the footsteps of the U.S...
Indian Country Emergency Rooms Face Imminent Shutdown
Add Rapid City’s Sioux San Hospital to the list of Indian Health Service (IHS) hospitals threatened by the federal government with imminent closure and or critical loss of funding...
11 Confirmed Measles Cases in Pima and Maricopa Counties
The Arizona Department of Health Services, Maricopa County Department of Public Health and Pinal County Public Health Services District have confirmed 11 cases of measles stemming ...
Meth Tsunami Overwhelms Rosebud Rez
Mary Annette Pember
“At least 60 percent of the population on the Rosebud reservation uses meth,” says Calvin “Hawkeye” Waln Jr., captain of the Rosebud Police Department...
New Study Puts Focus on Violence Against Women and Men in Indian Country and Around the World
Tanya H. Lee
More than 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaska Native women—and men—have experienced violence—specifically sexual violence, physical violence by intimate partners, stalking, and p...
Read It and Eat: Program Combines Early Literacy and Healthy Eating
At the Native Health facilities in downtown Phoenix, Arizona, you can get literacy with lunch in a program called Read It and Eat —a combination of early literacy and cooking class...
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