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Kimberlee Medicine Horn Jackson Presents The Native American Boarding School: An Overview of a Hidden Layer in American History
Kimberlee Medicine Horn Jackson. MFA, MA, is an enrolled member of the Yankton Sioux tribe and is originally from South Dakota. She is an adjunct faculty English professor at Geauga Campus in Burton, OH, where she teaches College Writing I and II. As an emerging Native American writer, she focuses on the concerns of her tribe including historical and current relationship with non-natives to usher in active listening and mutual understanding of our shared stories. Her main research illuminates the Boarding School Era of which her mother is a survivor.