While working on NET's new documentary, "Standing Bear's Footsteps," Associate Producer Princella Parker discovered the story of Susette La Flesche, also known as Bright Eyes. The daughter of Omaha Indian Chief Iron Eye, La Flesche was a highly educated woman who championed the rights of native people being forcibly removed to reservations.
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|07:30 pm||Glenn Korff School of Music Performance: ChamberFest, Kimball Recital Hall|
|07:00 pm||E.N. Thompson Forum 2014-2015: Creativity, Curiosity, and Learning||The engines of the U. S. economy rely on entrepreneurship, technology, and innovating new products...|
|07:00 pm||E.N. Thompson Forum 2014-2015: Chuck and Linda Wilson Dialogue: Cutting Carbon Emissions: Better Environment, Worse Economy?||Debate Summary This Wilson Dialogue will explore the global environmental and financial effect of...|