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The Week That Was, October 5, 2015
Well For Culture: Elder Fitness, Yoga
Indigenous Tools Hold Sacred Power
The Pope & When Genocide Isn't Genocide
1st US Revolution: The Pueblo Revolt
Indigenous Earthquake Tales Validated
Skins:Forced Sterilizations Native Women
Thank Indians for Latest Superfood
NMAI Profile: Bruce Whiteman Jr.
Fundamentalism II: God Loves Genocide
Jewell Big Week: Pope, Solarthon & $25K
Why'd the Rez Chicken Cross the Road?
Bristol Bay's Stunning Wild Salmon Run
Houska: 'The Green Inferno': Lousy Film
BC Tourism Links Cultures, Creates Jobs
Cultural Tourism Is a Growing Topic
Pol Disses Pope; Pope Disses Indians
OU Pres Supports Native Programs
Memorial for Jess Sixkiller
The Sale of Yucca Mountain Was an Attack
Thing About Skins
San Carlos Apache 'Warrior' Ran Half-Marathon to Honor Natives Lost to AIDS
Isadore Boni, a San Carlos Apache member, was diagnosed with HIV and Hepatitis C in May 2002. In November 2004, he was diagnosed with AIDS...
HIV & AIDS Impacting Indian Country
Jorge Martin Melchor
HIV and AIDS cases are increasing among Native American populations...
Masai Warriors Use Cricket to Modernize Community Without Losing Traditions
A team of Masai warriors from Kenya swapped their spears for cricket bats and their shields for shin guards the first week in April to participate in the Last Man Stands cricket to...
Ayahuasca May Hold Key to Breaking Addiction, But Canada Is Forcing Doctor to Stop Testing
Do you see them? All over Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside there are junkies, addicts and alkies. On street corners, in alleys, lurking outside the ancient hotels...
Navajo Nation Deals With Rise in HIV Infection Rates
While infection rates of the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) are holding steady or declining nationwide, the number of HIV-positive diagnoses on the Navajo reservation is rising...
World AIDS Day: American Indians Join the Fight ‘Getting to Zero’ New HIV Infections
Niki Graham December 1 marks World AIDS Day , a global health day first held in 1988 to unite people in the fight against HIV/AIDS, show support for people living with HIV/AIDS and...
Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week Kicks Off With World AIDS Day
Across the globe, health groups are striving to bring awareness of the scourges of HIV and AIDS in this 30th year of the first documented case...
Fighting the Surge in HIV in Indian Country
Infection rates of HIV and AIDS have declined worldwide, yet diagnoses among American Indians and Alaska Natives are increasing, according to the Office of National AIDS Policy ...
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