Past Native American Honorees
Rosemary Richmond Rosemary Richmond – Mohawk
Executive Director (since 1987)
American Indian Community House
   

 

   
Joseph Jeffers – Haliwa-Saponi – With Fond Memories
 

Former Clinical Director,
Health Department, American Indian Community House

 

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Cordelia Clapp, R.N., B.S.N. (Pawnee) Cordelia Clapp, R.N., B.S.N.  – Pawnee
Diabetic Coordinator of the Kaw Nation; National Spokesperson,
American Heart Association and National Institutes of Health (NIH);
Editor and Advisor, Health Power Native American/American Indian Channel
   

 

   
James M. Galloway, M.D. 
Assistant U.S. Surgeon General and Regional Health Administrator Region V, Chicago, Illinois 

 

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Big 4 Targets:Other Major Killers:
Diabetes
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Dr. Goodwin’s Minority Health Minute

There's no better time than Spring for our wake-up call about the possible dangers of diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and heart disease. We refer to these four conditions as The Big 4 for good reason. They strike minority populations especially hard and often. When The Big 4 go undiagnosed and untreated, they pave the way for later serious illnesses and/or early deaths, which affect entire families in addition to those who have the condition.

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