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Anna Goldtooth, community education specialist for Planned Parenthood of Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota in Bemidji, talks about the problem of HIV/AIDS in American Indian populations in March at Duluth’s American Indian Community Housing Organization during National Native HIV/AIDS Awareness Day. (Steve Kuchera | Forum News Service)

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BEMIDJI -- Don't underestimate Anna Goldtooth. She may be young, slightly soft-spoken, and self-described as "a little shy," but she has found her voice as a leader. Since 2011, she's worked to reduce rates of HIV, suicide, teen pregnancy and other health problems among American Indian youth.

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