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Cherokee Traditions Propel OSU Student
'We’re Going to End Poverty on Pine Ridg
AAUP Blasts U. of Illinois
Traditional Foods to Be Served to Elders
Life Is a State of Mind
The Week That Was
Full Flower Moon Rejoices in Spring
Cooking Deer Meat and Teaching Hupa
Rescued Out of Slavery
Was the 'Discovery' of America 'Holy'?
DOE Will Pay NM $73mn for WIPP Leak
10 Fun Pow Wows for Kids
3 Natives Chosen as Truman Scholars
Deep Spending Cuts for Federal Programs
Colonials' Mental Illness
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Prominent Historians Want R-Word Gone
Honey Buckets in Alaska Native Villages
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Thing About Skins
What Is a Food Desert? Do You Live In One? 23.5 Million In This Country Do
If at least 20 percent of your community lives in poverty...
‘Yes, I Am a Batterer’: The First Step to Stopping Domestic Violence
For Native men who batter, it can take relearning their...
Navajo Nation Hospital’s Bed Bug Scare Was False Alarm
A feared bed bug infestation at a Navajo Nation hospital...
Hitting Pot Jackpot? Tribe Starts Medical Marijuana Cultivation
Another California tribe has announced its venture into the...
Killer Vapor: Your Vaping Teen Could Be Sucking Up Formaldehyde and Antifreeze
I’m not a smoker, never have been. Unless you count all the...
Millions of Montanans, Alaskans, Native Americans wait for Medicaid Expansion
The best case for Medicaid expansion in Alaska is being...
Health & Wellness
Cherokee Prof. Gets $2.9M Grant to Research an Intertribal Talking Circle for Drug Abuse Prevention
Professor John Lowe , Cherokee, was recently awarded a $2.9 million grant, funded by the National Institutes of Health, to conduct and evaluate an after-school substance abuse prev...
Notah Begay III Recovering After Heart Attack, Thanks Doctors and Supporters
Notah Begay III is recovering from a heart attack he suffered on Thursday, April 24, in Dallas, Texas...
Aboriginal Languages Evolve as Cancer Treatments Change
As cancer treatments have evolved, so too have aboriginal languages...
One Man’s Red Road Journey Opened to a World of Art and Healing
A Dine’ with family roots deep in the soil of the Navajo Indian Reservation in New Mexico, Ambrose Peshlakai took his first drink of beer at the age of four sitting on the front st...
Europe Bans Sale of American Apples
Following apple harvests in America, the chemical diphenylamine, better known as DPA, is often sprayed to prevent "storage scald" or brown spots on the fruit, according to Washingt...
Death From the Outside: Uncontacted Community in Danger Due to Disease
Recently contacted indigenous people in Paraguay are dying from a mysterious epidemic, according to Survival International (SI), and their suffering follows an old and dangerous pa...
Man Camp Concerns Reach BuzzFeed During D.C. Keystone XL Protest
Pipeline construction leads to scarce housing. Scarce housing leads to man camps. And man camps lead to sexual violence, especially against Native women...
Not All Calories Created Equal: Nutritional Tips for Breastfeeding Moms
Three hundred calories equals half a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a glass of 1 percent milk...
Cherokee In-School Dental Program Lowering Cavity Rate for Students
A Cherokee Nation program that brings dental services into area schools is helping lower the cavity rate among Cherokee children...
How One Indian Couple Saved the 'Fruit of Kings'
Medjool dates, the amber-brown fruit of the date palm that originated in Morocco, have been around some 6,000 years—one of the oldest-known cultivated tree crops that helped sustai...
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