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Fighting to Get Home

Fighting to Get Home Original story from Belt Magazine Frank Green ran away from Carlisle Indian Industrial School in 1898, headed to the Oneida homeland in Wisconsin. In 2022 he finally arrived. By Charles Fox  Home’s the place we head for in our sleep.Boxcars stumbling north in dreams.— Louise Erdrich, from her poem “Indian Boarding […]

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‘Road to Healing’ tour highlights a century of abuse at hundreds of boarding schools for Indigenous children

‘Road to Healing’ tour highlights a century of abuse at hundreds of boarding schools for Indigenous children Original story from Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Interior Secretary Deb Haaland launched the tour in 2022, which will include the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Cumberland County History buffs touring Pennsylvania often visit Gettysburg and Valley Forge — two iconic

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Mourning the loss of Ada deer

Mourning the loss of Ada Deer The Carlisle Indian School Project Board of Directors and staff send condolences to Ada’s family. We have lost a great warrior. Repost from Women in Wisconsin 1935–2023 City: Keshena, Madison County: Dane, Menominee Ada Deer was the first woman to head the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs and the first Native American woman

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Secretary Haaland Highlights Investing in America Agenda, Indigenous Knowledge and Collaborative Conservation in Hawaiʻi

Secretary Haaland Highlights Investing in America Agenda, Indigenous Knowledge and Collaborative Conservation in Hawaiʻi KONA, Hawaiʻi – Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland wrapped up a week-long trip to Hawaiʻi, where she highlighted how President Biden’s Investing in America agenda and “Bidenomics” strategy are helping to protect iconic Hawaiian bird species, strengthen the Native Hawaiian Community, and invest in the science and infrastructure that support our public lands and

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WTHR Documentary

Investigation Into Native American Boarding Schools In Indiana | WTHR Documentary Native American children lost their lives at two boarding schools in Indiana between 1883 and 1895. As the U.S. Department of the Interior makes plans to release the result of their investigation into these institutions, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources is taking a

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Oklahoma sports legend Jim Thorpe named recipient of Presidential Medal of Freedom

The Oklahoma great is considered by many as the greatest athlete of all time