Article Archive

Month: April 2008

May I Suggest …

'Keeping the Rope Straight: Annie Dodge Wauneka's Life of Service to the Navajo,' by Carolyn NiethammerAnnie Dodge Wauneka (1910 - 1997) was a Navajo activist who, through an life,... Read More
Tailoring the message is key to preventing cancer in American IndiansSIOUX FALLS, S.D. - National Minority Cancer Awareness Week was April 20 - 26, and while much progress been... Read More
New study outlines poverty's role in causing reservation malnutritionWASHINGTON - The current state of American Indian health continues to lag behind all other U.S. population groups and poverty in... Read More

Coming together

Indian community, Denver County coroner's office help each otherDENVER - The April 13 death of a homeless Native man along a busy thoroughfare may foster collaboration between members the... Read More
Australian aboriginal group travels to North AmericaBy David Capriccioso -- Today correspondentOKEMOS, Mich. - Nokomis Learning Center director Janis Fairbanks poked fun at a MySpace post that called Lyons... Read More
Viejas Enterprises receives California 'Fit Business' awardALPINE, Calif. - Viejas Enterprises has been recognized as a 2007 California ''Fit Business.'' Viejas Enterprises is owned and operated by the Band... Read More
Indian health advocates call for congressional actionWASHINGTON - A new report labels American Indians with cancer as largely ''invisible'' to policymakers - a distressing problem that makes it for... Read More

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