Indigenous-led public health organizations partner to explore pathways to build climate and ecosystem resilience.
Indigenous communities are among those most adversely affected by climate change, despite contributing very little to its causes. According to a recent United Nations, Intergovernmental Science-Policy Platform on Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services report, biodiversity is declining less rapidly in lands that are traditionally owned, managed, used or occupied by Indigenous people. Colonial mindsets continue to […]
Promoting Canoe Traditions
A gathering of canoes, a gathering of conversations.
Tribal Public Health Accreditation
Red Star is a national leader and trainer for tribal public health accreditation. We have provided education, training and capacity building assistance to tribes, tribal organizations and the Pacific Island territories since 2008. Red Star had an important role in facilitating the development of the Tribal Standards and Measures version 1.0 for the Public Health […]
International Indigenous Leaders Gather about their Rivers’ Health
In February 2020 Tribal Leaders from Arizona travelled to the Whanganui River in New Zealand to explore what it means to live in relationship with our rivers.
Webinar: Introduction to the Tribal Health Governance Transformation Resource
Healing and transforming Indigenous health governance systems requires a journey of reclamation and resilience. It is a process by which we construct our collective futures from within our traditional values, norms, and lived experiences, rather than looking to external definitions of sovereignty. During this webinar, we will introduce a new resource that guides tribes through […]
A Blueprint for Advancing the Health and Wellness of Our Native Communities
This blueprint report represents a tribal public health agenda based on national input and synthesis of regional and national tribal roundtables. The agenda includes seven strategic priorities with actionable strategies.