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Lecture 3 Native Americans - Issues Affecting Native...

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10/23/10 11 Issues Affecting Native Americans * High rates of * Distinctive needs of Native American * Unmet opportunities * Persistence of * Limited access to * Substance abuse
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10/23/10 22 Family Strengths of Native Americans * Close interaction between elders, children and other kin can be utilized to help deal with the challenges affecting Native American families today.
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10/23/10 33 TERMINOLOGY TO DISCUSS NATIVE AMERICANS Intertribal community: Enrollment community: Blood quantum: Indian education:
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10/23/10 44 Indian people have over separate languages The Indian population today is about When Columbus arrived in the Americas the Indian population was estimated to about
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10/23/10 55 The experience of most minorities in the United States has been a struggle to gain a place in the “melting pot” that include:
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10/23/10 66 For Indian people the struggle is to and to preserve the land, the water, and their traditions And their unique
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10/23/10 77 Indian nations are inherently sovereign and have negotiated approximately
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10/23/10 88 Today, Indian people have the They also have the highest The average age of death for Indian people is The median age is
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  • Spring '09
  • CyrusStewart
  • Native Americans in the United States, Indian people, Indian Child Welfare, indian agents, Carlisle Indian Boarding School Training of Indians

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