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Technology Expands Access to Health Care in Indian Country

CALIFORNIA – The digital era has increased speed and access to health care around the world, including in Indian Country.

In recent years, investments in health care technology, such as telehealth and electronic medical records, have made care and treatment more cost-effective, specialized, and in many cases more attainable. 127 more words


Town hall, symposium to address school to prison pipeline at @ASUCollegeofLaw

I have written about the school-to-prison pipeline before, which is why I am especially pleased to see an upcoming symposium dedicated to the topic—this time focused on the pipeline’s effects in Indian Country. 234 more words

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Assignments for March 30, April 1, 3

Monday, March 30 –

Read the assigned handouts on Animism; come prepared to outline each essay and to discuss passages you find interesting:

“Animism—A Contemporary Perspective” 55 more words

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Assignments for March 31, April 2

Tuesday, March 31 –

Read selected excerpts from Sanapia; come prepared to discuss passages you find interesting:

Sanapia: Comanche Medicine Woman

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Proposed Trafficking Act Amendments would affect Tribes

U.S. – Two amendments that would affect tribal governments throughout Indian Country have been offered to the Justice for Victims of Trafficking Act (S.178). Sen. John Thune (R-SD) and Sen. 164 more words


Assignments for March 16, 18, 20

Monday, March 16 –

Explore the research resources listed on the Research page; come prepared to outline what you found and to discuss your potential… 71 more words

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Proposed investments in Indian Health Service a step in the right direction

D.C. – Senator Jon Tester highlighted increased investments in the Administration’s proposed Indian Health Service (IHS) budget and urged that more can be done to improve health care services in Indian Country. 136 more words