The Cobell Settlement and the positive impact resulting between the US Government and Native Americans.
The Cobell settlement was fair but it is not perfect for those Native Americans who had mismanagement of their trust lands.
Cobell settlement was approved for a small amount of $1.5 billion which is less than 1/10th of one percent that is owed.
How the life experiences of one Lakota woman can impact her reservation through developing a wellness curriculum for Head Start children in her area.
Native American scholarships available until June 30 deadline.
The Native American diet and how nutritional value has changed in recent history, affecting their health and high disease rates.
Posted in Humanitarian, NRC Programs Tagged 1491 diet, Crow Creek Indian Reservation, disease, head start, health, indigenous, Native American, nutrition, poverty, sovereignty
The Wallow fire in the Bear Wallow Wilderness area is one of the largest recorded wildfires in Arizona history. Nearby reservation communities from southern Arizona to New Mexico have been affected by smoke and preparations for possible evacuations and make-shift animal shelters. National Relief Charities has been in touch with many of our Program Partners [...]
Shannon and Kelly have been talking about our Champion for Healthy Kids project being sponsored by General Mills and being conducted on the Crow Creek Indian Reservation. This has me thinking about the connection between nutrition and the chronic disease and genetic disease that plagues the Native American people. Did you know that 1 in [...]
I wanted to share a bit more about NRC’s Healthy Kids project. As previously mentioned, one aim of the program will be to increase physical activity and good nutritional choices among children on the Crow Creek Sioux Reservation in South Dakota. Other objectives of this project include: Increasing the number of children and family members in a [...]