by Britt Tully, Sara Braun

A Native American woman remembers a school experience she had as a 14-year old girl. During show-and-tell she found herself being silenced by the teacher and kicked out of the classroom for giving a presentation about her roots and the history of the Native American genocide. When the textbooks of the U.S. educational system barely mentioned the Native Americans, she learned her history from her grandmother. She refuses to apologize for sharing the knowledge and letting the history of the indigenous people fade into oblivion.

"Indigenous blood still walks this land. From generation to generation the truth will be spoken and marks left as a reminder - we are still here."

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Natalie MacMahon