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One More State Adds ‘New Money’ to the Indian Health System via Medicaid
These days “new” money is hard to find. That’s the kind of...
Be Part of the Solution: Let’s Stop HIV Together
I am a citizen of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma living...
Report: Healthy, Traditional Foods Essential for Tribes’ Survival
Tribal sovereignty means food sovereignty, according to a...
‘Human Trafficking Will Become One of the Top Three Crimes Against Native Women’
Earlier this month, the Montana Native Women’s Coalition (...
Tribal Sovereignty and the Call for Better Oral Health
The idea of “tribal sovereignty” is not static. It’s always...
Is There A Doctor in the House? UNM Graduates 39 Native Medical Professionals
The University of New Mexico Health Sciences Center...
Health & Wellness
Five Easy Ways for Men to Reduce Your Risk of Cancer
Charlotte Hofer, American Cancer Society
According to the American Cancer Society , one in two men will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime. More than 789,000 new cases of cancer were diagnosed in men in 2010...
Native Youth Leadership and Athletic Academy
From June 27-30, the Native Youth Leadership and Athletic Academy (NYLAA) will take place in McMinnville, Oregon, at Linfield College...
Homeless Bear the Heat in the Valley of the Sun
Keeping cool when triple digits hit downtown Phoenix. Homeless transients seek shelter amid the afternoon heat in downtown Phoenix...
The Yocha Dehe Return Focus to their Land through An Olive Oil Enterprise—and More
Cache Creek Casino Resort has long served as the main economic engine for the Yocha Dehe Wintun Nation . Now, however, the tribe is expanding in a new, more culinary, direction...
Chickasaw Take Back Program Offers Safe Way to Dispose of Medication
The Chickasaw Nation's Take Back Program offers a new solution for disposing of unused or expired medications that will help reduce drug abuse and accidental poisonings and improve...
Native Times: Emergency Needs in Indian Country
The Native American Times highlights the tornadoes, floods and fires that have recently ravaged tribes throughout Indian Country...
New PFLAG Phoenix Chapter Supports LGBT Families
A new PFLAG (Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) support group starting in Phoenix, Arizona is focusing on supporting American Indian families and lesbian, gay, bi...
Traditional Foods for Modern Indians
Prior to their removal in 1830s, the traditional foods of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation in the Mississippi River valley were corn, pumpkin, wild game, beans and fruits...
Wabanaki Tribes, Maine Sign Historic Foster Care TRC
Gale Courey Toensing
Penobscot Indian Nation Chief Kirk Francis (right) presented Maine Gov...
Back-to-the-Earth Food Movement Leads to More-healthful Diets
Jackleen de la Harpe
A growing number of American Indian tribes are focusing on food sovereignty to re-establish their traditional agricultural practices and restore cultural meaning to the food they e...
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