A Lakota man stands in a heavy snowdrift in Whiteclay, Neb. This photo by Jake Crandall, a former Shawnee Mission East student, was part of the award-winning “Wounds of Whiteclay” series that included work from former Shawnee Mission East students
A Lakota man stands in a heavy snowdrift in Whiteclay, Neb. This photo by Jake Crandall, a former Shawnee Mission East student, was part of the award-winning “Wounds of Whiteclay” series that included work from former Shawnee Mission East students Jake Crandall Photo courtesy of University of Nebraska-Lincoln award-winning journalism series
A Lakota man stands in a heavy snowdrift in Whiteclay, Neb. This photo by Jake Crandall, a former Shawnee Mission East student, was part of the award-winning “Wounds of Whiteclay” series that included work from former Shawnee Mission East students Jake Crandall Photo courtesy of University of Nebraska-Lincoln award-winning journalism series

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