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Dr. Johnny Flynn on the Indiana Indian Education Conference

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  • Dr. Johnny Flynn on the Indiana Indian Education Conference

    Produced by Paul DeMain
    Indiana, Indianapolis (NFICTV)

    Dr. Johnny Flynn (Potawatomi) of the University of Indiana - Purdue University in Indianapolis speaks about how they are trying to reach out and emphasis that east of the Mississippi, Native Americans are still active and involved in some of the older parts of Indian Country.

    These efforts involve bringing students and presenters together to discuss what the future of Indian people might be, and to look at new ideas about how to bring people together under the umbrella of tribal networking.

    Flynn contends that until the invention of the telegraph, Native people had one of the most efficient ways of communicating. According to Flynn, he believes that one of the reasons it took over 350 years to subjugate the Indian community was because of the way we were able to communicate with each other efficiently

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