General News on 5/13/14
Interested in attending this year's 25th anniversary Reservations Tour? Watch video testimonials from previous tour participants as they share their experiences and favorite experiences from their tour.
Team Running Strong MCM on 5/13/14
Learn more about our Running Strong Team Marine Corps Marathon runner Anita Uyehara!
General News on 5/12/14
A group called Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry (EONM) wants Nike to stop selling Cleveland Indians Chief Wahoo products and has been going back and forth with the company about the issue.
General News on 5/9/14
A hearing took place on May 5 to decide whether or not the descendants of former slaves once held by members the Cherokee Nation have Cherokee citizenship status.
General News, Women's Health on 5/9/14
Sunday was Mother’s Day, and it's National Women’s Health Week. Running Strong supports mothers and all women with our women and children’s health programs.
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee held a hearing to discuss how to make it easier for Native American tribes to develop energy resources.
General News, Schools & Youth Center on 5/6/14
As we prepare for our 25th Annual Running Strong Reservations Tour, we look back to the great things that happened on past tours, and discuss what we are planning for this year.
General News on 5/2/14
The latest on the team name issue: Harry Reid urges the NFL to follow NBA's work against racism, Running Strong's take on the issue.
Running Strong program assistant Julia went on a site visit to the North American Indian Center of Boston (NAICOB), where she was shown around by NAICOB’s project director Joanne Dunn.
General News on 4/30/14
On April 24, Running Strong partner Cheyenne River Youth Project welcomed U.S. Sen. Tim Johnson (D-SD) for a tour of its youth organization.
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