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  • I was able to share this wonderful experience with the youth from my community. Oglala Lakota College put on a bow making camp for kids in the area and one of my instructors, Joe Flood, invited me to take photos of the camp. It was amazing to see their creations and to watch them get really into it. It made me feel extremely happy to see the youth getting involved in our culture. I wish that we had something like this when I was growing up. Instead, I went to the summer camps the Church groups put on, only because it gave me something to do. I hope to see more cultural influence camps in the future. Not only was it fun for the kids but it taught them about who we are as Lakota people.
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