Tag Archives: American Indians

Native American Film Series: “Imprint”

The Native American movie, “Imprint,” was mainly filmed on the Pine Ridge Reservation. Some would call it a “supernatural” 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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Book Giveaway & Interview: “We’ve Done Them Wrong”

An interview with George Saurman about his book “We’ve Done Them Wrong.”

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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.

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“Drunken Indians”

Negative stereotypes about American Indians persist in our culture today largely due to misconceptions of Hollywood and media.

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You Wanted to Know: Do Indians have a free ride to college?

Addressing the myth and misconception of a free ride to college for Native American students.

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Columbus Day: Fact or Fiction

Columbus Day has some controversy around it as to the real history behind it.

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