Lakota Healthy Start is a collaboration of individuals who care about the future of the Lakota Nation. The Oglala Sioux Tribe Healthy Start program went from an asbestos-ridden office building to a mold-infested…Continue
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McClellan Hall, founder and director of the National Indian Youth Leadership Project has been nominated for the Indian Health Service (IHS) Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Association Behavioral Health Award.
Mac Hall and his Project Venture…Continue
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Congratulations to Donald Warne, MD, MPH, Oglala Lakota for being named to the board of directors for the American Cancer Society. …Continue
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We are honored and deeply appreciative to have Dr. Gerald Yutrzenka of the University of South Dakota School of Medicine as a member of the film's Circle of Partners! Dr. Yutrzenka is deeply committed to the serious health disparities among American Indians. Thank you, the What's in the Heart team...…Continue
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Gratitude to Bob Crowell, MD, founder and president of Eve's Fund for Native Health and Wellness for his generous contribution to What's in the Heart. All good blessings to you, Dr. Crowell.
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Thank you to Chris Stamos for his continual support of What's in the Heart. A'ho!
Dartmouth Medical School, Department of Multicultural Affairs, Shawn O’Leary, PhD and
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Our Boy Scout Troop #928 members are building character, self-esteem and hope. Click the link below to read more about their latest activities and to "see them in action."
Here are pictures from some of their latest activities.
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Thank you to Dale Walker, MD, Cherokee, president of the Association of American Indian Physicians for endorsing our efforts with the film, What's in the Heart - Can't be Taken.
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Dine' girls (Navajo) at NIYLP's summer camp on Mount Taylor in New Mexico
The National Indian Youth Leadership Project is the only organization in Indian country that holds the highest "model" status by SAMSHA (Substance Abuse and Mental Services Health Association) part of the National…Continue
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What’s in the Heart – A documentary film about the alarming health crisis among Native Americans, created in large part by the US government's failed promises and inaction, yet curable largely because of the committed American Indians who are working tirelessly to bring about…Continue
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Once, Black Elk spoke these words:
"I did not know then how much was ended. When I look back now from this high hill of my old age, I can still see the butchered women and children lying heaped and scattered all along the crooked gulch as plain as when I saw…
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