By Tanya H. LeeTragic ignorance! Many non-indigenous mothers “really thought that indigenous women didn’t mother properly."
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By Tanya H. LeePioneered by Alaska Native tribes in the early 2000s, Dental Health Aide Therapist Programs are becoming increasingly popular to provide quality healthcare to rural populations.
By Tanya H. LeeMegan Red Shirt-Shaw is a FIERCE defender of not only indigenous education, but of Native American students, making sure they have an opportunity for higher education.
By Tanya H. LeeA federal appeals court ruling severing the Penobscot Indian Nation from the waters of the Penobscot River “is reminiscent of federal termination policy.”
By Tanya H. LeeDr. Davis E. Henderson is heading to Ole Miss; he is the first Navajo hired by the university and will focus his research on Navajo children.
By Tanya H. LeeNew study shows obesity rates for American Indian and Alaska Native children have been stable between 2006 and 2015; could be due to awareness in Indian country.
By Tanya H. LeeA detailed analysis by the CBPP addresses the impact the proposed Senate bill to repeal the Affordable Care Act will have on the Indian Health Service.
By Tanya H. LeeSen. Jon Tester, D-MT, was apoplectic by the time he finished questioning Indian Health Service Acting Director Rear Admiral Michael Weahkee on Wednesday.
By Tanya H. LeeBy focusing on expectation and providing support to Native American students, the Red Lake Nation hopes to increase its high school graduation rate to 100 percent.