- an assessment of LGBTQI amongst Native Hawaiians (PDF)
- a discussion on the mindfulness and the aloha response (PDF)
- dental health and obesity problems in American Indian youth (PDF)
- how American Indian adolescent girls regard healthcare access (PDF)
- Indigenous philosophy for the Zimbabwean education system (PDF)
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