Nursing in a First Nations community

Nursing in a First Nations community

(Soft music) I’ve been working as a Community health nurse for a few months now. I came up originally as a senior nursing student doing my last clinical placement. So I was up for a couple of months in the winter and then I came back as a registered nurse a few months ago. I’ve […]

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Protecting Cultural Patrimony: Pueblo of Acoma

Protecting Cultural Patrimony: Pueblo of Acoma

(Drum beats) These items are hard to, just call them as items, because they do have a life. The sale of these items, hurts my people. Not only my people, but all native people. Because all these things have life, they have a spirit. They have a home, just as we, as human beings have […]

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A groundbreaking exhibition finally tells the stories of Native women artists

A groundbreaking exhibition finally tells the stories of Native women artists

JUDY WOODRUFF: And now a look at an art show that is both making history and teaching it. Hearts of Our People: Native Women Artists is the country’s first ever exhibition devoted solely to the works of Native American women. Jeffrey Brown traveled to Minnesota and New Mexico to meet with some of the team […]

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Health Literacy – Indigenous Perspectives on Health and Well-Being

Health Literacy – Indigenous Perspectives on Health and Well-Being

[Cancer Care Ontario Logo] [Cancer Care Ontario’s Regional Aboriginal Cancer Leads] [Are Employed One Day Per Week To Champion The Vision] [And Goals Of Ontario’s Aboriginal Cancer Strategies] [They Help To Identify And Respond To Systemic Issues] [Relevant To First Nations, Inuit And Metis Cancer Needs] [And Ensure A FNIM Perspective Is Included Within] [Regional […]

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