Youth demand redress for Indian boarding school atrocities
Former Holy Rosary Mission becomes lightning rod for charges of historic trauma
Oglala Lakota citizen Maria Hazel Stands takes the microphone. Surrounded by Pine Ridge Indian Reservation community members she accepts the introduction as a “survivor” of Red Cloud Indian School, where they are gathered under a canopy of trees in the grassy yard.
Healing the Boarding School Wound in Kansas
Haskell Indian Nations University and community organizations work towards a better future for Indigenous families
Lawrence, Kansas, may seem an unlikely epicenter for intergenerational healing of the deep scars left behind by the legacy of government boarding schools for Indigenous children.