Native/ Indigenous is a terms to encompass populations that are native to a specific region, existing before colonists occupied the land. Some other terms may be used in relation: American Indian/Alaska Native, Indigenous Peoples, or Native American. The resources in this guide focus on healthcare, treatment and the wellbeing of those in the Native/Indigenous community as well as increase education. Native people in America face unique health challenges such as traditional practices not being recognized in clinics and health concerns that arise from Historical Trauma Responses.
There are currently three federally recognized tribes in the State of Texas. The nations are the Alabama-Coushatta Tribe of Texas, Kickapoo Traditional Tribe of Texas, and Ysleta del Sur Pueblo. (BIA) It is also important to recognize that the traditional stewards of the land the university occupies are the Kickapoo, Jumanos, Tawakoni, Wichita, and Comanche nations. Please visit the websites of each tribe to learn more about the history and check out the resources below on decolonization.
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