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Coronavirus Hits Navajo Nation Harder, Early U.S. Data Show

Chronic health conditions among factors that make Native Americans, other minorities vulnerable, experts say


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You Can Track Your Stimulus Payout

IRS web tool lets you add deposit info

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How to Apply for Jobless Benefits

Phone numbers, websites you need

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How Small Businesses Can Get Assistance

Billions to help keep companies open

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Virus-Related Rules for Every State

Closures, stay-at-home orders

2020 Census

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Census Surveys Will Track Virus Impact

Small businesses, families targeted

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State Gets Creative to Count Every Person

New Mexico's 22 tribes are spread out

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A Step-by-Step Guide to the 2020 Census

Still time to complete your questions

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9 Questions the 2020 Census Doesn't Ask

Be scam-savvy during the big count

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Native American Health

Health, Especially Diabetes, is Critical in Indian Country

AARP adviser speaks about the challenges and opportunities facing Native Americans

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One of Five Remaining Navajo Code Talkers Honored

Thomas H. Begay, 93, recalls memories of war, sacrifice and a reluctance to be in the secret program

Heart health puzzle

Fewer Native Americans Getting Heart Disease

Study also sees deaths related to heart disease decline for American Indian men

Poet Laureate of the United States Joy Harjo, June 6, 2019. Photo by Shawn Miller.

Poet Laureate Joy Harjo Says Age Does Not Define Her

First Native American in post discusses long career as poet, author — and musician

Native American Doctors and Nurses

Prospective Native American Health Care Providers Decline

Mentors, support and culturally appropriate recruitment efforts urgently needed, experts say

Teoned heads line the staircase of the Pyramid of the Feathered Serpent. Teotihuacan, Mexico.

PBS tells 15,000-Year-Old Story of ‘Native America’

Canadian First Nations songwriter narrates four-part PBS documentary streaming now


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Delaware Nation Uses Grant to Build Community Garden

Money from AARP award allowed volunteers to plant in raised beds in time for next growing season

Telehealth Would Aid Rural, Native American Areas

A daughter talks about the struggles caring for her father 400 miles away on a reservation

Clay’s Buffaloaf is Low Fat, Easy to Freeze for Later

Ground bison and quinoa are the base of a healthy meatloaf with a bit of kick

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