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Why is Love Has No Color more than the sum of its parts?

There are so many parallels between Native Americans and Chiropractors. A good case could be made about these two groups being misunderstood by mainstream society.

When asking people about Native Americans, some people will say they are extinct, some say they don’t know anything about them, and some will say my grandmother is part Cherokee, etc.

Most people have never stepped foot on a Reservation.

When asking most people about Chiropractors, many will say they are back and neck doctors rather than total body health and wellness doctors.

Now, more than ever, it pays to know a truly humanitarian Chiropractor.

It’s no coincidence that these two misunderstood groups have found each other.

Love Has No Color was started by a group of Chiropractors. For the past 16 years, Love Has No Color has been helping restore the health, hope, and dignity of kids and adults on the Fort Peck Reservation in Montana.

It started out as a group of Chiropractors and their practice members. It has now morphed into people getting involved from other countries too.

Because of the interconnectedness of the internet, people near and far can become actively involved in fundraising for Love Has No Color. We also encourage participation in all of the Love Has No Color events on the Reservation.

Many have asked, "How can such a small group impact so many people?"

The answer: The sum is greater than its parts.

There is a spiritual component of the group as well as the people being helped.

Native Americans are the original keepers of the earth. Chiropractors work with the wisdom of the body to promote healing without using drugs or surgery.

Obviously, there is plenty more work to be done on the Reservation, but the list of things that we have accomplished is growing. This year will be our best yet!

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