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Asthma is a long-term condition that can make it hard to breathe. Anyone can have asthma, but Native Americans are more likely to have it than white Americans. With the right steps, most people with asthma can lead a full and active life. This video from the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute’s Learn More Breathe Better® health education program helps you know the symptoms and learn how to take action to keep asthma under control.

The Native American Financial Services group’s Dr. Alex Wesaw (left) and banking veteran Mike Lettig.
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New group to provide commercial, investment banking to tribes and their business enterprises across U.S.

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 is an outrageously funny ride through American history written by the acclaimed intertribal sketch comedy troupe The 1491s (writers of Reservation Dogs and Rutherford Falls) and directed by Eric Ting. Following acclaimed runs over the past five years at Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Yale Repertory Theatre, McCarter Theater, and Seattle Rep, this play makes its New York premiere at Perelman Performing Arts Center (PAC NYC) in lower Manhattan from February 3 to February 24. The hilarious show takes a hard look at the effects of systemic oppression long after our textbooks typically stop teaching Native history. 

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You are invited to bring the award-winning film to your community by hosting a film screening! 

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We are excited to announce the release of Save Indigenous History: An Activity Book for Children. This free 30 page book is full of activities, coloring pages, and educational material that teach kids about respectful visitation of archaeological sites. 
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, is a small, charming city just 30 minutes west of .  It is home to the historic four-star .  It is also home to several , including the .  The Gathering, which is free and open to the public, is a celebration of indigenous arts and cultures.  This year’s festival will be held on January 13 and 14, 2024.  The festival is open daily from 10am until 5pm. 

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For generations, Indigenous peoples have stewarded the Great Lakes ecosystem, living in kindred relation with the waters for generations. Environmental and water quality issues challenge this relationship, prompting efforts by Indigenous communities to advocate for conservation and sustainable practices that honor both their ancestral ties and the ecological health of the Great Lakes. Tribal, First Nations and Métis governments and organizations are critical to protecting the lakes and their waters, a goal shared by the International Joint Commission (IJC).
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GALLUP, NM - Running is more than just a sport in the heart of Native American communities; it's a sacred tradition, a source of healing, and a testament to the enduring spirit of Indigenous people. For centuries, running has been woven into Native culture, serving as a connective thread that transcends physical fitness. It's about prayer, resilience, and building better communities.
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In September, Summit Carbon Solutions heard the Public Utilities Commissioners loud and clear when they said we needed to work more closely with counties and stakeholders affected by our proposed pipeline route. These relationships are a prerequisite to securing a permit to construct what will be the transformative Midwest Carbon Express pipeline system. As such, Summit has committed to a renewal of its approach, which includes a more active presence in the 18 counties we plan to traverse, as well as working closely with Native American tribes to ensure a holistic and collaborative approach.