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Ending food insecurity in Native communities means restoring land rights, handing back control

By Valarie Blue Bird Jernigan, Professor of Rural Health, Oklahoma State University
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Indigenous people in the US have high rates of food insecurity and dietary-related health problems. Any attempts to address the problem must start with land justice, argues a scholar of Native health and food.

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