, 2023-01-11 06:00:00,
Among the interests dear to my heart as Bishop of United Methodists of Kansas and Nebraska is to educate people about the difficult history of boarding schools in the United States that were once used to house, teach, and in many ways expedite the slavery of Native American children. .
In serving on our denomination’s mission board, I examined the role of these indigenous boarding schools in keeping tribes in check and stealing our culture—from taking our language, to imposing religion, to making us behave like everyone else. These grievances still have lingering effects on…
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