Author: enephler

As tribal communities begin to open up and host Pow Wows, it’s important that we protect ourselves against COVID-19. We encourage every individual to get the vaccine in order to protect themselves, their loved ones, and their Elders.

Getting the COVID-19 vaccine is essential for our health and safety, the safety of our communities, and the protection of our knowledge keepers and culture for current and future generations. Watch this new Healing Song, written and performed by Woodland Stream, a Native American youth drum group:
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There is a little over a week left to RSVP for the Angeline Boulley Author Event!
This event is in partnership with McLean and Eakin and Mzinigangamik, the LTBB Cultural Library.
𝙒𝙝𝙤: Angeline Boulley, author of “Fire Keeper’s Daughter”
𝙒𝙝𝙚𝙧𝙚: LTBB Pow wow Grounds
𝙒𝙝𝙚𝙣: Monday, July 19th beginning at 7pm
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Aanii Tribal Citizens!

Every Tribal household across the country will be receiving some Binax at-home COVID tests in the mail from CVS Pharmacy.
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Can YOU eat 30 Different Plant Foods in a week?

Have you heard of the latest gut health challenge? We all know that eating plants is good for us. However, it seems that eating a large VARIETY of plant foods is even better. Eating many different plant foods improves our gut health by encouraging the growth of different species of bacteria that live there, especially the healthy, beneficial (good) bacteria.
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Opioid Overdose Reversal Drug Now Available Free by Mail
The Inter-Tribal Council of Michigan, Inc. has partnered with NEXT Distro and Grand Rapids Red Project to ensure all tribal communities have access to free naloxone through the mail. NEXT Distro is an online mail-based naloxone program designed for people who can't access naloxone through pharmacies, Community members who need naloxone can access it at no cost through nextdistro.org/itcmi
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Through the Walmart Healthy Nutrition and or the MI Tribal Food Access Coalition Projects, we have compiled a set of resources for each month in 2021.  The resources are focused on healthier eating using ingredients that may either be found at your local grocery store, farmer’s market, or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservations (FDPIR) site.
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