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Albert White Hat (Associated Press/Sinte Gleska University)
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December 18, 2017

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November 12, 2016
February 19, 2016
I saw an interview with Mr. White Hat on Ken Burn's documentary called The West. My heart was touched by this interview. After all of the terrible things that were done by white men to Native Americans, the land stolen, treaties broken, starvation and total disrespect of them, Mr. White Hat said that after his anger passed, he knew that he had to chose to forgive. That takes heroism. The world has lost a great man. I'm am certain that other white men have apologized for the treatment of our Native Americans, but I have to add that it hurts my heart to think about how mistreated they really were and so, I can only speak for myself and say how very sorry I am. Albert White Hat, you were a great man and I will miss you.
August 22, 2015
I attended your summer camp 1991 and recorded some of your lessons. you had a profound effect on me and i would like to say many thanks. warm thoughts go to your family. thanks for teaching us how to be a real human.
March 8, 2015
I remember Albert touring the Art Department at UW-Eau Claire and simply absorbing the spirit of the place. His ability to be present in the moment of any conversation, event, or presentation blessed us all -- I am thankful for time with him.
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