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The Perfect Native American Memorial Day
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The Week That Was: May 29, 2016
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Stealing Pumpkins and Ordering Chickens
Re-colonize, Re-evangelize, Re-dominate
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Paulette Jordan Wins Idaho Primary
Thing About Skins
New Study Puts Focus on Violence Against Women and Men in Indian Country and Around the World
More than 4 out of 5 American Indian and Alaska Native...
Read It and Eat: Program Combines Early Literacy and Healthy Eating
At the Native Health facilities in downtown Phoenix,...
'Extreme Heat Week' Combats Climate Change With Resilience Strategies for Tribes
As Native peoples we know that climate change is here, and...
Native Cooking: B Is for Bison! Try It Over Salad
“B” is for bison or buffalo—the newly designated national...
AZ Reps to Congress: Respond to Zika Threat, Include Funding for Tribes
Representatives Raúl M. Grijalva (D-Arizona) and Ann...
Natives Dying Because IHS Can’t Assure Timely Access to Health Care
The federal Government Accountability Office has rapped the...
Health & Wellness
ACS Study: Women Are More Likely to Exercise if it Feels Like Play
The American Cancer Society (ACS) is encouraging women to get out and play...
Who Was Junior Seau? Stories Flood in About the Person Behind the Football Legend
The Los Angeles Times reports that an autopsy is scheduled for today on the body of football legend Junior Seau, who took his life at 43-years of age with a gunshot wound ot the ch...
James Anaya Hears Testimony on Domestic Violence in Seattle
The following is testimony given by Pamela Stearns, City of Seattle Native American Employees Association (CANOES) president before James Anaya, UN Special Rapporteur for Indigenou...
Native Cuisine Down in New Orleans: The United Houma Nation Represents at Jazz Fest
Jazz Fest down in New Orleans (which lasts until May 6) consists largely of two great pursuits—listening to music and eating food...
One Junkie’s Redemption
At the age of 60, Luis Benavides was starting over...
Study: Teens Who Develop Diabetes Will Struggle to Control It
The largest federally funded study on treating diabetes in teens, released Sunday, reveals teens who develop the disease will struggle to manage their blood sugar levels and will p...
Peru's Takiwasi Center Uses Medicinal Plants to Treat Addiction
Darkness closes around a circle of white-clothed figures seated in a thatch-roofed building in the Peruvian jungle...
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...
Avocados: Ripe in Aztec History
Dale Carson Avocados, native to central Mexico, meant much more to the ancient Aztecs than fruit to mash into guacamole, although they did enjoy their ahuacamolli , meaning avocado...
NICWA Conference Addresses Challenges of the Indian Child Welfare Act
Mary Annette Pember
Although, the U.S. federal Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) is designed to keep American Indian children with American Indian families, the law is frequently overlooked...
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