Obama Native Americans

Obama Native Americans

In this June 9, 2014 photo Alma Thunder Hawk, right, and Bernetta Thunder Hawk sit at a yard sale on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in Cannon Ball, N.D. When Alma Thunder Hawk moved back to the reservation some 50 years ago, there’s wasn’t room for her family so she, her parents and six relatives lived in a tent on the North Dakota prairie. Now, with her government-issued trailer uninhabitable, Thunder Hawk moves from house to house among friends in Cannon Ball, the Native American community of less than 1,000 that President Barack Obama will visit Friday. (AP Photo/Kevin Cederstrom)

In this June 9, 2014 photo Alma Thunder Hawk, right, and Bernetta Thunder Hawk sit at a yard sale on the Standing Rock Indian Reservation in Cannon Ball, N.D. When Alma Thunder Hawk moved back to the reservation some 50 years ago, there’s wasn’t room for her family so she, her parents and six relatives lived in a tent on the North Dakota prairie. Now, with her government-issued trailer uninhabitable, Thunder Hawk moves from house to house among friends in Cannon Ball, the Native American community of less than 1,000 that President Barack Obama will visit Friday. (AP Photo/Kevin Cederstrom)

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