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Students examine the origins of Native Americans on the North American continent and discuss the background and their current role in society. Students review a case study of Illinois' Dickson Mounds Museum and the controversy surrounding the exhibition of its burial grounds. The second half of the lesson features a variety of Native American students, professors, and administrators at Northern Arizona University in Flagstaff.
Studio guests:
* Pam Alfonzo, Menominee Cultural Center
* Antonia Sheehy, California ManPower

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Pam Alfonzo Menominee Cultural Center in Chicago

Antonia Sheehy California ManPower

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