9/11 Widow Sues Over Shaman Therapy

9/11 Widow Sues Over Shaman TherapyHACKENSACK, N.J. - A New Jersey woman who lost her husband in the Sept. 11 World Trade Center attacks says her former grief counselor used bizarre methods and threatened her into staying in therapy for years.

A welcome haven for addicts

A welcome haven for addictsAKWESASNE Emmy Mitchell had a successful business consulting with native groups around the province. She led sweat lodges and other traditional ceremonies. It was a good business to take care of herself and her family.

Newly unveiled talking dictionaries aim to document, preserve endangered languages

Newly unveiled talking dictionaries aim to document, preserve endangered languagesLinguists at National Geographic are taking the digital route in their efforts to both document and help preserve endangered languages.
Eight new talking dictionaries were unveiled at the annual meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science in Vancouver on Friday.

Who are the Hmong?

Who are the Hmong?There are as many as 350,000 Hmong (the h is silent) living in the United States today. At first Hmong refugees settled in the Central Valley of California. Quickly, however, colonies sprouted in Montana. Then they moved to Minnesota; today the Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area has the largest concentration of Hmong in the United States. The tendency to migrate is in keeping with their historic practices in Laos, some say.

Inner Awareness - Unrecognized causes of illness

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