You are visiting a Virtual Museum that honors all
Native American cultures and traditions

Location: The Internet

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The Museum's mission is to advance and share the experience and knowledge of what has happened in the past and what this has meant for Native peoples today; to preserve the memory of those who died or suffered; to offer comfort, support, encouragement and understanding; and to encourage its visitors to reflect upon the need for dignity of and respect among all peoples.

You are invited to explore this Virtual Museum at your leisure and visit us frequently.


INTRODUCTION SECTION
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COLONIAL TEXTS

COLUMBUS

CORTES

BARTOLOME de las CASAS

CABEZA de VACA

ONLINE EXHIBITIONS

PERSONAL TESTIMONIES

 

HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES SECTION
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1. Former Senator Byron Dorgan Opinion on Sequestration’s Effect on American Indians addressing endemic poverty, lack of education, lack of housing (homelessness), lack of health care (suicide) and broken treaty promises.

2. Community Health Profile 2009 Denver Indian Health and Family Services Denver, CO Urban Indian Health Institute

3. Urban American Indian Perspectives on Health Care

4. Need for a Larger Denver, Colorado Indian Health Facility

5. U.S. Health and Human Services Administration for Native Americans (“ANA”) Annual Grants

6. Indian Child Welfare Act Guidelines

7. Sexual Abuse of Children in Indian Country

8. UN Expert Urges Respect for the Rights of Cherokee Child in Custody Dispute

9. Violence Against American Indian/Alaskan Native Women

10. Seven Teenager Suicides at Pine Ridge Reservation (Dec. 2014-March 2015)

11. See Grip on Reality at this site.

 

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