Interview with an Anishinaabe working in the the Grand Rapids Public Schools – 1992

This interview was conducted by one of the co-editor’s of the independent newspaper in Grand Rapids during the 1990s, The Fundamentalist.

The interview, published in its entirety, was part of an issue of the independent newspaper that was completely devoted to indigenous issues, around the 5ooth anniversary of the European colonization of what are now referred to as the Americas.

The Native American Education Program in the Grand Rapids Public Schools, which is discussed in this interview, lost most of its funding but still exists to this day.

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One Response to Interview with an Anishinaabe working in the the Grand Rapids Public Schools – 1992

  1. sheryl lopez-hernandez says:

    The GRPS Native American Education Program is still running. There is programming for the 2017-2018 school. Please post this comment, so the community knows.

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