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Crafts and their history

For my final project I researched the sacredness of tobacco and made a tobacco pouch.  I also looked up the history of Lakota dream catchers and made a dream catcher. Finally I explored the different prayer tie colors and what … Continue reading

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Indigenous people and education

Lacourt’s Description of a Tree Outside the Forest was my favorite article out of the feminism articles we read. The reason I liked it so much was because our conversations about insiders and outsiders on the reservation in class and … Continue reading

Posted in Block 3: 2013-2014 | 2 Comments

Sweat Reflection

Since coming back from Pine Ridge, I’ve been asked by multiple people “how was it?” and “what did you do?” And after the first couple people asking me, I realized how hard it was to answer these questions and attempt … Continue reading

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Kizzy

My name is Kate Hamamoto and I’m a freshman, undecided major. I’m from Honolulu, HI and I love dogs. I miss the water but I love seeing pikes every morning. 浜本 -last name in Japanese^

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