As I stood in Yosemite Valley last Friday morning watching a ceremony where Native American people were being given the “right” to rebuild a historic roundhouse and village, many memories came flooding back.
For five years, I lived on the Ft. Peck Indian Reservation in northeastern Montana. It’s home to the Assiniboine and Sioux tribes. It’s also rife with poverty, fetal alcohol syndrome and general despair.
As are many Indian reservations around this nation.
I was moved by last week’s cer...
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