Rates of cases and deaths from Covid-19 are the highest they’ve been in southwest Colorado since the pandemic began. KSUT’s Sarah Flower talked to Liane Jollon of San Juan Basin Public Health about staying safe for holiday gatherings. They also discussed the findings of a recent study of vaccine hesitancy in Western Colorado.Read More
Three days and one hour into the 2021-22 school year, the internet went out at Owhyhee Combined School in northern Nevada.
Teachers scrambled to recreate their lesson plans and presentations, and could not log attendance.
The Labor Department’s monthly jobs reports omit most economically stressed demographic – Native Americans
The latest federal jobs report paints a picture of some economic recovery, albeit not across racial and ethnic lines. But the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics monthly analysis does not tell us anything about Native Americans, the most economically stressed demographic.Read More
Louie Pitt Jr. has a clear memory of a day four years ago when a valve broke on the Warm Springs Reservation in Oregon. He was in a meeting with the tribal operations officer when she was interrupted by a phone call.Read More
President Joe Biden signed an executive order addressing violence against Indigenous people at the White House Tribal Nations Summit on Monday. It gives federal law enforcement agencies roughly eight months to develop a comprehensive strategy for improving public safety and criminal justice in Indian Country.Read More
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