Tag Archives: American Indians
Native American Film Series: â€œImprintâ€
The Native American movie, “Imprint,” was mainly filmed on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Some would call it a â€œsupernaturalâ€ story. Yet, to think of it in only that way would be missing out on its deeper meaning. It’s about a journey we all need to take sometimes.
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Interview: â€œWeâ€™ve Done Them Wrongâ€
An interview with George Saurman about his book “We’ve Done Them Wrong.”
Diabetes Intervention for Native Americans
Native Americans and Alaskan Natives have the highest rate of Type 2 diabetes among ethnic groups and need a special approach to help them implement good nutrition and exercise into their culture.
Negative stereotypes about American Indians persist in our culture today largely due to misconceptions of Hollywood and media.
Columbus Day: Fact or Fiction
Columbus Day has some controversy around it as to the real history behind it.
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