A group of Minnesota students gathered recently for Indigenous Games Play Day to learn traditional versions of tag and a lacrosse-like game of passing a ball with sticks. The event, organized by the American Indian Parent Advisory Committee of Winona Area Public Schools, was intended to teach students about the stories and purposes behind the games, including lacrosse and Crow Arrows.
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