Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs staff visited the Genoa Indian School Museum on March 29. Reporter Amalie Schroll Munk from the Danish newspaper Weekendavisen interviewed Executive Director gaiashkibos and others about the school, its history and current efforts to bring the story into the public consciousness. gaiashkibos also met with Nancy Carlson from the Genoa Indian School Foundation to visit the presumed area of the cemetery where students were buried to discuss plans for further search to identify the gravesites. Recent search efforts utilizing ground penetrating radar have come up empty. The effort to bring truth of the history of the boarding schools as well as finding the cemetery location are high priorities for the commission.
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