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Native American Health Exhibit on Tour


by Jack Carney

WICHITA FALLS, TX – For the next six weeks, Midwestern State University’s Moffett Library will feel more like a museum as the traveling exhibit “Native Voices Native Peoples’ Concepts of Health and Illness” makes residence in the leisure reading area.

MSU was one of six sites selected to host the exhibit that allows visitors to hear the voices of Native Americans, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians tell their stories and express their ideas about health and illness.

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