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    Jessie "Little Doe" Baird, right, vice chairwoman of the Mashpee Wampanoag tribe, hugs a member of the audience following the "We Gather Together" celebration at the Old Indian Meeting House, in Mashpee, Mass. --Steven Senne/AP

    Thanksgiving Tribe Teaches Language Lost to Colonization

    November 22, 2017
    FoodCorps member and gardening/home economics teacher Tyrone Thompson, left, helps eighth grader Kristopher Cody plant lettuce in a greenhouse at the STAR School outside of Flagstaff, Ariz. on August 28, 2015. Many of the K-8 charter school's students are from the nearby Navajo Nation and the curriculum is set up to reflect traditional values, of which farming and food sovereignty are among the most important. Local farmers spend time  teaching children how to grow an organic garden in the  greenhouses at the school and students go on field trips to local farms to learn how to grow crops.

    College Competencies Take Root

    September 14, 2015
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    Legend of Pine Ridge

    December 16, 2013