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Sioux Falls Violence Shelter Loses Grant
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Michigan District Court judge's appointment opposed
Gale Courey Toensing
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich...
Festival honors, showcases aboriginal talent
MONTREAL - Drummers, dancers, performers, filmmakers and artisans gathered in Montreal in June for the 17th annual First Peoples Festival, a 12-day event honoring the culture of th...
IHS director calls for end of care disparities
The Associated Press
By Eric W...
Southcentral Foundation takes progressive approach to health care
ANCHORAGE, Alaska - In 1997, Congress passed legislation that established Alaska as the only state, thus far, where Natives manage their entire health care system without IHS...
Tapestry Institute reintroduces holistic learning experiences
CRAWFORD, Neb. - Indigenous people have a special connection to the natural world that allows for a more holistic learning experience and provides a more complex understanding...
Native youth team up on HIV film project
SAN DIEGO, Calif...
Photography contest promotes healthy images of aboriginal peoples
OTTAWA - More than 40 photographers from urban, rural and remote communities across Canada entered a photography contest organized by the National Aboriginal Health Organization to...
Nevada and Reno-Sparks leader Melendez endorses Clinton
Indian Country Today Exclusive WASHINGTON - A Native leader with a national profile has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, providing her campaign with an edge in the key early...
Spokane Tribe, baseball team cement relations
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