General News, Women's Health on 3/8/17
Happy International Women's Day and Women's History Month. Today and every day we celebrate Native women.
General News, Women's Health on 3/8/16
March is Women's History Month, and March 8 is International Women's Day. Here are some stories about Native women to celebrate!
General News, Gardens, Culture & Language Preservation, Women's Health on 4/6/15
During the past 29 years Running Strong has worked to help American Indian youth & families be healthy in many different ways.
General News, Women's Health on 1/16/15
Seven tribes, including the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma, have been chosen to build new Indian Health Service (IHS) facilities. Once the tribes build the facilities, the IHS will pay the operating expenses.
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.
General News, Women's Health on 4/17/14
The Symposium "Patterns of Native Health and Wellbeing" discussed Native cultural values and health, and paved the way for better collaboration between knowledgeable parties.
General News, Women's Health on 4/7/14
Friday, April 11, the National Museum of the American Indian is holding a symposium on Native health & wellbeing.
Field Staff Profiles, Women's Health on 2/5/14
Since 1983, Katsi Cook has conducted community-driven environmental justice health research. She used this knowledge to found the Woman is the First Environment Collaborative which brings together Native American women’s leadership in reproductive and environmental health issues.
Culture & Language Preservation, Women's Health on 1/24/14
In 1994, the Brave Heart Society was formed by a community of grandmothers on the Yankton Reservation in South Dakota with the mission of bringing back traditional knowledge by “calling home the spirit of the culture”. The Brave Heart grandmothers believe that culture is medicine, and the success of their many projects show the true strength of their culture.
Culture & Language Preservation, Women's Health on 11/17/13
Women is the First Environment Collaborative is a project that works to develop American Indian youth leadership to encourage a new generation to protect and promote social justice in environmental, reproductive rights and Native rights arenas.