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Bolivia promotes intercultural medicine
LA PAZ, Bolivia - The year-old Bolivian government of Evo Morales is attempting a monumental task - transforming more than 500 years of views about health...
Indigenous food is my passion. I would give anything to be invisible and visit the kitchens of my sisters in every corner of Indian country...
Justice undone: The ongoing fight to reauthorize the Indian Health Care Improvement Act All the right steps are being taken by America Indians and by those in Congress who still ha...
A new direction offered to southern Arizona diabetics.
By Lee Allen -- Today correspondent
By Lee Allen -- Today correspondent TUCSON, Ariz...
Public schools in South Dakota to include American Indian education
Fuel oil program praised for aiding many poor tribes
HELENA, Mont. - CITGO Petroleum Corp...
Judge grants anti-Indian group's stay on land into trust case in Michigan
Gale Courey Toensing
Revived organization works toward creating Oklahoma tribal solidarity
OKLAHOMA CITY - Encouraging indigenous tribes to stand as one voice is a long-time goal of tribal leaders, ranging from the Shawnee leader Tecumseh to the formation of the National...
'Indigenous leadership and influence in this government is fundamental'
A conversation with Bolivian Ambassador Mario Gustavo Guzman Saldana Part one WASHINGTON - Bolivian President Evo Morales has good relations with many countries other than Cuba and...
No funds to be given for S.D. non-beneficiary students
PIERRE, S.D. - For the past several years, bills requesting funding from state coffers for tribal colleges in South Dakota have been defeated...
Michigan and Gun Lake Tribe sign gaming compact
Gale Courey Toensing
LANSING, Mich. - The Gun Lake Tribe and Michigan Gov...
Mohawk biodiesel project to utilize casino's vegetable oil
Shannon C Burns
AKWESASNE, N.Y. - Used vegetable oil discarded from the St...
Colonoscopies can save lives
SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Editors' note: In this column, Charlotte Hofer interviews Roberta Cahill of the American Cancer Society on colon cancer...
'Indigenous leadership and influence in this government is fundamental'.
By Rick Kearns -- Today correspondent
By Rick Kearns -- Today correspondent A conversation with Bolivian Ambassador Mario Gustavo Guzman Saldana Part one WASHINGTON - Bolivian President Evo Morales has good relations w...
Appeals court rules to protect sacred peaks
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - On March 12, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals issued a ruling to protect the San Francisco Peaks, a mountain held holy by more than 13 Native nations...
A call for peace: Burying U.S. weapons of war
Before the prophet known today as the Peacemaker brought his message of peace to warring nations, it was a time of bloodshed and fear...
A truth: 'Real, immediate and devastating' Part two Inuit leader Sheila Watt-Cloutier's March 1 testimony before the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights put a spotlight on cl...
Kearns: Indigenous Menchu has blue-ribbon support
It might be a long shot, but she does have a chance...
Newcomb: 'The Secret' philosophy is nothing new
The Secret' is out. The author of the wildly popular self-help book and DVD was recently featured on Oprah, who has an unrivaled ability to catapult books to best-seller status...
Wickham: The floating heads of Mount Rushmore
John A Wickham
The New York Times recently ran stories about U.S.- and U.N.-funded rebuilding of ruined treasures of the ancient world...
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