Tag: indian boarding school
Mary Annette Pember
Read about the president of the Boarding School Healing Coalition's journey of learning untold secrets from boarding school survivors.
Disney perpetuated the ugly rumor that Pocahontas was a “gentle savage,” who co-signed colonization.
An interview with Suzan Shown Harjo on the eve of the 25th anniversary of start of a legal battle to end the racist nickname of the Washington football team
Tanya H. Lee
'Onigamiising,' a collection of essays by the acclaimed Ojibwe writer Linda LeGarde Grover, gets intimate and personal about life as a Native woman.
JoAnn Kauffman slides into a secluded booth at a restaurant in SeaTac, Washington. There is a Māori tattoo on her left arm. Besides celebrating New Zealand’s proud indigenous people, it is a testament to her family, whose strong women have inspired her life’s work.
“The Māori tattoos are so she...
Opened in 1872, the Seneca Indian Boarding School taught academic and vocational skills to Native American students until it closed in 1980.
Dr. Dean Chavers
When handed a large donation during the Occupation of Alcatraz Island, organizers decided the best thing to do would be to help Native American students succeed.
As part of the Cherokee Nation’s Lunch & Learn lecture series, Lawrence Panther discusses daily life at the Seneca Indian Boarding School in the 1960s.
Four Native organizations need help to identifying Native American students who attended boarding schools; want to call on U.S. to release all its records.
Lisa J. Ellwood
The Stewart Indian School embraces its ‘living legacy with their annual Father's Day Pow Wow - List of additional pow wows
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