Leah Lemm talks to educators at SouthWest Metro Intermediate District 288 about sharing Native voices in Minnesota.
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The “Sharing Gifts Through Story: Native Lights Podcast” presentation was made possible in part by the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund and SouthWest Metro Intermediate District 288.
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