Interior secretary addresses child deaths at Native American boarding schools
A study by the Interior Department shows that more than 500 Native American or Indigenous children were killed at government-run schools during the 19th, and 20th centuries. Officials warn that the number will increase exponentially as the study continues. Elaine Quijano and Deb Haaland, Interior Secretary, will be discussing their findings.
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