By Guest AuthorEsther Lucero, a nationally known health advocate for urban Indians, got her start as an HIV case manager in San Francisco in the late 1980s. That was when she became aware of Native Americans and Alaska Natives in the city who were struggling with HIV/AIDS. Others dismissed their numbers so...
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By Guest AuthorFor Allen Kepa, the lack of support from his tribe in his Indian Child Welfare Act case could mean he will lose the fight for his daughter.
By Guest AuthorThe President’s recent actions deny Indigenous Peoples’ right to due process, violate federal law, and disregard international human rights norms.
By Guest AuthorThe health status of Native peoples has consistently lagged behind other U.S. populations, but the Affordable Care Act was improving the conditions.
By Guest AuthorThe Cocopah Indian Tribe lost its oldest traditional Indian woman when Rose Wilson walked on February 25, 2017 at the age of 104.
By Guest AuthorThe College of the Redwoods provides a local place in Humboldt County for Native American students, where one group of women is excelling at track and field.
By Guest AuthorIn 1782, some 96 Moravian Delaware Indians were massacred in the village of Gnadenhutten, Ohio. A 35-foot monument stands at the Gnadenhutten Massacre Site.