Colorado State University Acknowledges Its Establishment at ‘Dire Cost to Native Nations’

Colorado State University acknowledges its establishment at ‘dire cost to Native Nations’
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Colorado State University received 89,001 acres through the Morrill Act, paying $3,654 for Indigenous title. This story was originally published by Colorado Public Radio and is republished here with permission. Many things have shaped Dr. Henrietta Mann’s life. She’s a Cheyenne-Arapaho citizen who has resided in Weatherford, Oklahoma for the last 12 years. She was born in the Great Depression, lived through the Dust Bowl in Oklahoma, was named teacher of the year in 1991 by Rolling Stone Magazine and was the founding president of the Cheyenne Arapaho Tribal College for 10 years before it closed. She’s earned many […]

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