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Native American community leaders from Chicagoland came to Evanston for the event. Photo by Michael Goss

Just days before the 150th anniversary of the attack, nearly 100 people attended a commemoration at Northwestern for the victims of the massacre -- one of several events organized by the University’s Native American and Indigenous Student Alliance in honor of Native American Heritage Month.

 

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