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Say ‘college football’ and most people don’t think of Native Americans. But Sally Jenkins does. She joins Kojo to share the little-known story of the Carlisle Indian Industrial School’s impact on the game once known as “kill the ball carrier.”
- Sally Jenkins Columnist, The Washington Post; author of "The Real All Americans: The Team That Changed A Game, A People, A Nation" (Doubleday)
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