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That Roach Is Smokin’

That Roach Is Smokin’

“Hey, Gents! Ready those roaches!” When the pow wow M.C. puts out the call for roaches, he is not referring to marijuana or those creepy, scuttling bugs. Instead, he is hoping to see the beautifully-crafted headdresses worn by male dancers that are made with colored porcupine quills. Aside the...
19 Rutherford B. Hayes

19 Rutherford B. Hayes

Rutherford B. Hayes’ four years in the White House, from 1877 to 1881, marked a distinct change in federal Indian policy, as the government moved away from forced removal of Indians to reservations and toward a system that allotted land to individuals. Billed as a solution to the government’s hunger...
26 Theodore Roosevelt

26 Theodore Roosevelt

When Theodore Roosevelt took office in 1901, he already had a long legacy of animosity toward American Indians. Seventeen years earlier, Roosevelt, then a young widower, left New York in favor of the Dakotas, where he built a ranch, rode horses and wrote about life on the frontier. When returned...

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Native American Mental Health ‘Starts With Us,’ Says Suicide Prevention Advocate

URL: https://indiancountrymedianetwork.com/culture/health-wellness/native-american-mental-health-starts-us-says-suicide-prevention-advocate/