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Re-Imagining Extractive Pathway:
Uranium Mining in the Southwest and The Multicultural Alliance for a Safe Environment
by Eliza Van Dyk, October 8, 2021Click here to View Story Map
On this day, we remember all who suffered so greatly in Indian boarding schools and the trauma that carries through generations. We honor the resilience and strength of survivors and their families, and know that healing is possible.
“When we begin to cry, that’s part of the healing process. Our tears are meant to cleanse us, they’re meant to cleanse our spirit, our mind, and our body. When we cried as children, no one was there. We were left to cry alone. But today we have each other.” — Sandy White Hawk (Sicangu Lakota), NABS Board President ...