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6/29/10 by Aria Dominguez

"Los Tres Hermanos"
I found these three siblings sitting with their mother (not pictured) in front of the Division of Indian Works on Lake Street. They are descendants of the original inhabitants of this land that so many of us now call home. As of the 2000 Census, Powderhorn had almost 500 residents who considered themselves to be in the category "Native American or Alaskan Native alone," as well as many people of mixed heritage. Minneapolis has one of the highest percentages of urban Native Americans in the nation, and much of that is concentrated in the Phillips and Powderhorn neighborhoods.

Encontré estos tres hermanos con su madre (quien no se muestra) sentados delante de la Division of Indian Work en la calle Lake. Son descendientes de los habitantes originales de esta tierra que tantos de nosotros ahora llamamos hogar. Según el censo de 2000, había casi 500 residentes de Powderhorn que se consideraban en la categoría de "indio americano o nativo de Alaska sola," y, además, muchas personas de origen mixto. Minneapolis tiene uno de los porcentajes más altos de la nación para los nativos americanos viviendo en una zona urbana, y gran parte de que se concentra en los vecindarios Phillips y Powderhorn.

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