"I don’t believe that we can talk too harshly about what we have suffered, we Indian people have suffered from that particular point in our history, I call it… the Hiroshima, of Indian education, because it basically destroyed the fiber of our family life." - Rosemary Christiansen, Minnesota Public Radio

[Seen at the Heard Museum, September 27 2012]

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