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        Learning to be Nipmuc

        Meet Keely, a young girl who feels that her identity as a Nipmuc Indian is weakened because there is no strong Nipmuc community around her, in these video segments adapted from AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: “We Shall Remain.” The video that Keely made as a young girl when she felt discouraged is countered by her positive thoughts about identity and symbolism when she is in high school.

        This media asset was adapted from AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: We Shall Remain: "Hope for Bigger Than 16 Seconds."

        Wachusett Mountain


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        Keely's Personal Identity


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        Funder: Early funding for Inspiring Middle School Literacy was provided by the Leon Lowenstein Foundation.
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