Students at the Tulalip School pose with two teachers in this undated photo. The school was a boarding school for Native American students. (Courtesy of the Suquamish Museum)
Today is the Day of Remembrance for Indian Boarding Schools (Orange T-Shirt Day). It’s a time to pause to recall the many ways our ancestors, our families and our communities were traumatized by the boarding school system, a project intended to erase our culture and ways of life — an effort many have called genocide. Please read the whole story in The Seattle Times by Suquamish Tribal Chair Leonard Forsman:
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