Let's Move! in Indian Country
Let's Move! in Indian Country is a comprehensive initiative dedicated to solving the problem of obesity within a generation, so that children born today will grow up healthier and able to pursue their dreams. This is an ambitious goal. But with your help, we can do it.
Everyone has a role to play and LMIC seeks to advance the work that Tribal leaders and community members are already doing to improve the health of Native youth. Throughout our country's history, Native communities have provided some of the best examples of healthy food and sustainable community-based practices. Many groups in Indian Country are continuing to lead by example by following traditional paths that have existed for thousands of years.
Learning Leadership Through Sports: US Lacrosse Hosts Clinic for Native American YouthFRI, AUGUST 10, 2012, 10:38 AM EST
US Lacrosse, in conjunction with Let’s Move! in Indian Country, hosted a lacrosse clinic for 165 Native Youth leaders at the National Intertribal Youth Summit. Read More >
Wellness in Native America: Traditional FoodsMON, JULY 16, 2012, 03:53 PM EST
Join us for this issue as we feature some of the most innovative tribal food projects to include community gardens, Native American-owned and operated food cooperatives, and some delicious recipes using traditional foods. Read More >
Bureau of Indian Education- Summer Learning Institute 2012TUE, JUNE 12, 2012, 09:57 AM EST
The Bureau of Indian Education’s Summer Learning Institute in Denver, Colorado engaged school leaders on the improvement of American Indian and Alaskan Native education. Read More >
Basketball Clinic to Celebrate the First Anniversary of LMICFRI, JUNE 8, 2012, 10:35 AM EST
The First Anniversary of Let's Move! in Indian Country Brings Together Renowned Panelists and the Positive Accomplishments in Indian Country’s Quest for Healthier Living and Eating Read More >
Wellness in Native America: Native RunnersTHU, JUNE 7, 2012, 03:41 PM EST
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to cross a finish line? We’ll be interviewing two Native runners to learn what motivates them to stay healthy, tips on nutrition, and how to begin a running schedule whether your goal is running 1 mile or 26.2. Read More >