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This Healthy Diet Has Stood the Test of Time via Bon Appetit

  • “Why isn’t the indigenous diet all the rage today? It’s hyperlocal, ultra seasonal, uber-healthy: no processed foods, no sugar, no wheat (or gluten), no dairy, no high-cholesterol animal products. It’s naturally low glycemic, high protein, low salt, plant-based with lots of grains, seeds, and nuts. Most of all, it’s utterly delicious. It’s what so many diets strive to be but fall short of for lack of context. This is a diet that connects us all to nature and to each other in the most direct and profound ways.”

Students learn to cultivate plants for Native American traditions via The Davis Enterprise

  • “These students — with connections to Native American tribes in California, Nevada, Hawaii and New Mexico — learned how to grow culturally important plants for a large-scale environmental restoration project on Maidu land in Plumas County.”

Project Aims to Increase STEM Access for Native American Students via The Journal

  • “Native Americans make up 1.2 percent of the overall U.S. population, yet only account for just 0.4 percent of all engineering bachelor’s degrees, Sandia National Laboratories reports. The University of Montana is looking to remedy that situation with the help of a $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.”

5 Young Native Americans On What Indigenous Peoples Day Means To Them via Huffpost

  • “Other places have also established holidays to celebrate indigenous peoples, from the United Nations’ International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples on Aug. 9 to the Day of the Indian, celebrated in countries like Mexico and Brazil on April 19. And some other U.S. cities ― like Denver, Seattle, and recently, Austin and Salt Lake City ― as well as states like Vermont and Hawaii, will also be celebrating Indigenous Peoples Day.”

Guilty Pleas Entered in Sweeping Indian-Art Fraud Probe via U.S. News

  • “A New Mexico art gallery owner and a jewelry supplier have pleaded guilty in federal court to criminal charges in the sale of fake Native American jewelry that was manufactured in the Philippines, representing the first conviction in a sweeping international investigation.”
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