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"Home From School" Documents The Return Of Three Northern Arapaho Children Who Died In A Native American Boarding School

Home From School film cover, the children of Carlisle
Home From School Film

In 2017, Northern Arapaho tribal members traveled to Carlisle Indian Industrial School to bring home the remains of three children. These children were buried at a cemetery by a school in Pennsylvania. Home From Schoolis a film that documents this journey.

Wyoming Public Radio's Signa McAdams sat down with the film's associate producer, Northern Arapaho's Chairman Jordan Dresser, at the film's premiere in Lander. They discussed boarding schools, repatriation and generational trauma.

Signa McAdams is an enrolled member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and from the Wind River Indian Reservation.
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