Reclaiming the bodies of children who died at Carlisle Indian School

Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Jeff Gammage tells Annette John-Hall, co-host of The Why, the history of the Carlisle Indian School, the efforts of tribes to have the remains of children who died at the school returned to them, and the on-going suffering of the generational effects of the children who were taken away and sent to the school.  Hear the 12-minute segment by clicking here.  Read Gammage’s article in the Inquirer by clicking here.

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