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These boarding schools were first established by Christian missionaries of various denominations, who often started schools on reservations and founded boarding schools in order to provide opportunities to children who did not live near colonial schools, especially in the lightly populated areas of the West.

The government paid religious orders to provide education to Native American children on reservations.

We analyzed merged 20 data from the national Youth Risk Behavior Survey, a biennial, self-administered, school-based survey of US students in grades 9-12 (N = 27,912).

Prevalence estimates and logistic regression, controlling for sex and grade, were used to examine the associations between race/ethnicity, and substance use, and sexual risk behaviors.

The data suggest it is necessary to develop targeted, adolescent-specific interventions aimed at reducing behaviors that put AI/AN high school students at risk for teen pregnancy, STI/HIV, and other health conditions.

We analyzed merged 20 data from the national Youth Risk Behavior Survey, a biennial, self-administered, school-based survey of US students in grades 9–12 (N =27,912).

In other words, our variances in complexion and hair texture are more likely to be attributed to our White ancestry (which most of us have via slavery, even if we cannot trace it back on our family trees) than the "Cherokee" heritage so many of us have been claiming for so many years.While the dynamics between Native slave holders and enslaved Africans was often different than those that existed on European run plantations, this still complicated the Black/Native relationship in a way that challenges the narrative many of us have embraced regarding that connection, which brings us to… You Do Not Have "Indian Up In Your Family": As Harvard University historian Henry Louis Gates, Jr.wrote in 2009, "Only 5 percent of all Black Americans have at least 12.5 percent Native American ancestry, the equivalent of at least one great-grandparent.Native Americans have historically faced greater health disparities than almost any other population in the United States.The Center for Rural Health works with tribal communities to help improve health outcomes and wellbeing for American Indians.