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National American Indian Heritage Month

For decades, families were ruptured as Indigenous children were forcibly removed from their homes and communities and adopted by white families or sent to faraway government-run boarding schools. Survivors recall the abuse and exploitation they endured in settings where their language and traditions were prohibited. They are demanding that the government be held accountable for its role.

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