Murray discusses the effects of the sequester on Native American education and the funds designated for reservation schools.
Huskie is one of those people you wish everyone could meet. He lives in a contemporary Hogan in the Spider Rock community, through a maze of rutted out dirt ways several miles off the Canyon de Chelly road. Huskie is 80 years old. He has no transportation. He still cooks for himself but on the [...]
Andrew discusses the Indian Arts and Crafts Act of 1990 and how it protects consumers and producers from buying mass-produced items that claim to be Native American made when they are not.
ROAR was selected for recognition and support at the AAHA annual conference.
National Relief Charities asks Arizona to remember Native Americans on Arizona Gives Day.
Racism is still an issue on college campuses including racism again the Native American student population.
The infant mortality rate on the Pine Ridge reservation is 300% higher than the national average.
The healthcare of Native Americans could be greatly improved with the integration of traditional healing and modern medicine.
Murray discusses the importance of culture and tradition in the success of Native Americans in college.
Imagine it’s a beautiful April afternoon. Baseball fans have been waiting for this moment all year. For Cleveland fans in particular, it’s the home opener for the Indians. Families, fanatics, white-collar professionals, and working class folks funnel into Progressive Field for an exciting match up against the New York Yankees. With pride, fans of all [...]