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Release Date: 07/11/2019 Source: Public News Service

Dr. Sally Weinstein received media coverage on Child Asthma and Family Chaos…

Dr. Sally Weinstein received media coverage on Child Asthma and Family Chaos study published online in The American Academy of Pediatrics on the Public News Service (www.publicnewsservice.org) the national newswire service.


Release Date: 06/21/2019 Source: CAN TV

The State of Racial Justice for American Indians in Chicago

UIC’s Institute for Research on Race & Public Policy hosts a discussion on how experiences of racial discrimination and inequities affect American Indians in Chicago. This program was recorded by CAN TV.


Release Date: 06/18/2019 Source: WTTW News

New community garden aims to shed light on urban Indians

There’s a new urban garden on Chicago’s North Side – and for some, it’s more than a garden. “It’s become a beacon for native people, for people who are looking for healing and a way to connect back to nature,” said 17-year-old Adrien Pochel, interim co-president of the Chi-Nations Youth Council (CNYC) who is Oji-Cree.


Release Date: 06/07/2019 Source: WBEZ News

Study Highlights The Challenges And Contributions Of Native Americans In Chicago

When Angela Walden, a psychologist at the University of Illinois-Chicago, first walked around downtown Chicago, she noticed a pattern: a carving on the DuSable Bridge depicting violence between Potawatomi people and white settlers; a Chicago Blackhawks store; and two statues of naked emaciated Native American men on horseback.


Release Date: 09/18/2018 Source: Theravive Mental Health Awareness and Therapist Network

‘Paraprofessionals’ An Important Mental Health Resource For U.S. School…

According to the National Center for Children in Poverty, 43 per cent of children in the United States live in low-income families. According to Children International, children living in poverty are more likely to suffer from mental health problems.


Release Date: 09/18/2018 Source: Theravive

‘Paraprofessionals’ An Important Mental Health Resource For U.S. School…

According to the National Center for Children in Poverty, 43 per cent of children in the United States live in low-income families. According to Children International, children living in poverty are more likely to suffer from mental health problems.