Yellowstone: Can Indigenous Stewardship Save Our Parks
Episode 314 | 27m 1s | Video has closed captioning.
50 years after Congress established Yellowstone National Park, it remains the jewel of a system that comprises some 400 national parks. But for Indigenous Americans, the history is bitter. Thousands were forced to leave, families were massacred, and the Army was brought in to exclude Native Americans. Today, as droughts, floods and fires threaten the parks, many are calling for Indigenous control.
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