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On the Move in Indian Country

On the Move in Indian Country

On the Trail: Hiking Among Legends North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains let you walk back a few centuries Hikers of all skill levels can find a trail to accommodate their abilities in Cherokee, North Carolina. There are more than 800 miles of lush, wooded trails that lead to stunning landscapes, of...

We Don’t Need Saviors—We Need Allies

Joe Flood writes in The New York Times article, "What's Lurking Behind the Suicides," that the issue of youth suicide is related to multi-generational sexual abuse that stems from abuse within Indian boarding schools. Flood goes onto say that the news media, and tribal members have not yet this...

Rez Should Say No to Pot—But A Huge YES to Hemp

In mid-December the Department of Justice announced that Indian nations may look towards enacting rules and regulations concerning the growing of marijuana on reservations for medicinal (commercial) and recreational (commercial) use. So far, not much has come of this, since the DEA considers marijuana a drug and illegal, still...

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