Byron L. Dorgan and Joanne Shenandoah, Ph.D.
11/18/14

We know what is number one in all American’s lives—and that is our children. Yet, tragically some children in the United States are too often forgotten and living in systems without equal access to opportunity. This is all too evident in Indian Country....

Renée Roman Nose
10/31/14

The facts are there. We know them. We live them, every day. We see them in our children’s lives, especially now. According to Aspen Institute, 75 percent of all Native youth deaths between 12 and 20 are directly attributable to violence....

Carol Berry
7/6/11
DENVER—Collecting child support, a sometimes-unpleasant activity, can be downright risky in Indian Country, where Native women experience the highest rate of violence of any U.S...