By: Jenny Ralph | Published: November 6, 2023 | 10:29 am | SHARE: Native American Heritage Month, observed during November, serves as a reminder of the significant contributions, rich traditions and ancestry of Native and Indigenous peoples.Professors at Florida State University study and explore various aspects of Native and Indigenous histories and contemporary lived experiences and are available to provide context and insights.
Research and collection of microbiome samples from Indigenous communities has a history of exploiting and harming Indigenous peoples
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Lonnie Thompson has perhaps spent more time at the top of the world than anyone else on the planet.