Native American Elders Health Care Series—
Balance: A Native American Perspective, Past, Present, and Future

Module One addresses culturally congruent nursing care based on Lakota Sioux traditions for the Aberdeen Indian Health Service unit providers. South Dakota State University, College of Nursing —a SHARE Award Project. (2000) Available on video for $25.00 including written materials, tests, and evaluation forms. CE’s available. Also available via Internet.

Lii Biyiin (Horse Song)

A video by Norman Patrick Brown about the life of Jack White, a traditional Navajo man who is diagnosed with diabetes and his difficult journey back to health. It is a film about diabetes prevention for Native Americans. The film premiered at Sundance Film Festival, and was funded by the Indian Health Service. The 60 minute video is available at Four Directions Health Communications, Northern Navajo Medical Center, Shiprock, New Mexico. (505) 368-6499

The Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians—“Preserving Our Past”

Video series (5 tapes) of the history and culture of the tribe as told by the Elders. (Awarded a silver medal at the 41st Annual International Film Festival and a 1998 Communicator Award.) Check or money order to: Sault Tribe Video Production, for $49.95. Mail To: “Preserving Our Past Video Series”, Two Ice Circle Drive-Chi Mukwa, Sault Ste. Marie 49783. (906) 635-7001