The Department of Justice policy addressing the ability of members of federally recognized Indian tribes to possess or use eagle feathers, an issue of great cultural significance to many tribes and their members. October 2012.
Provides a central location for the receipt, storage, and distribution of bald and golden eagles that are found dead, and their parts. The eagles, and their parts, are shipped to qualified Native Americans for use in religious Indian ceremonies.
Dr. White, Director of The Office of Cancer Complementary and Alternative Medicine (OCCAM) and Dr. Henderson, CEO of Black Hills Center for American Indian Health; discuss cancer research as it relates to complementary and alternative medicine in the Native American community.
This special issue of the Journal of Psychoactive Drugs explores evidence-based practices for Native Americans. It looks at contemporary behavioral health and substance abuse treatment and prevention practices of Native Americans in a context that is both historical and aware of Native American ways of knowing.
This book contains the words of Métis ancestors and Elders from the past and present. A series of Métis Elders‘ gatherings were held between 2003 and 2006 to recognize, share, protect, affirm, use and revitalize Métis traditional health and healing knowledge and practices. The wisdom that was graciously shared at these historic meetings is the basis for this book.
A reflection about the roots of plants and how they relate to the roots of community.
This digital story was produced at Fond Du Lac Human Services, with assistance from nDigiDreams, LLC, and sponsorship from the American Indian Health User Group and the Outreach and Special Populations Branch of the National Library of Medicine.
This 2007 document represents one possible model as a path forward for individuals, communities and nations as they seek to protect and promote traditional healing practices and knowledge. It also provides information on other activities that have been undertaken in the area of traditional healing practices and knowledge.