America Has Always Used Schools as a Weapon Against Native Americans

In this blog post for Education Post, Senior Analyst at Bellwether Education Partners in the Policy and Thought Leadership practice area, Katrina Boone, discusses the effects relocation has had on Native students throughout history.

“Relocation systematically disrupted the cultures and communities children had known their entire lives. In public schools, they had to navigate the politics of language, racial segregation, and discrimination without the guidance of their elders or the camaraderie of their Native peers.”

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