By the end of high school Nicole Stern, a member of the Mescalero Apache Tribe of New Mexico, had a list of her future goals: she loved soccer and wanted to be involved in sports; her father was a neurologist and she too wanted to be a doctor; of...
CROW AGENCY, Mont. -- Standing Tall Tennis conducted free tennis clinics
for hundreds of American Indians at 22 different Western sites during May,
June and July.
"We conducted six training clinics where we taught elders to teach tennis
in order to ensure continuation of the program," said David Dantzer,
president of Standing Tall who...
Last January I wrote in Indian Country Today that a "sea-change" is required in Indian health care and that the most important part of this change has to be a campaign to focus on the root causes of Indian health problems, starting with the health and habits of youngsters. In...
WHITE RIVER, Ariz. - In 1995, National Football League Player's Association (NFLPA) member and all-star kicker Nick Lowery organized a remarkable two-day event that would become one of the most outstanding Native youth programs across Indian country. During this event, some 100 tribal children from 10 Indian nations in...
ITHACA, N.Y. - Portraits of painted war ponies line the hallway of Frank C. Bonamie's Ongweoweh Corp. - until you reach the heart of his operation, a computer room running his own "Native Vision" software with double and triple back-up.This sophisticated tracking system is making Bonamie, a former of...
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