The Wall of Forgotten Natives, a makeshift camp in Minneapolis, is ground zero of a housing and opioid crisis for urban Indians
Inside an encampment near downtown Minneapolis is a handpainted sign made from a square of cardboard: “Just tents to you. A community to us!”
Residents call the camp The Wall of Forgotten Natives – what started out last spring as a few campers with sleeping bags has gradually grown to a tent city, three rows deep, on a quarter-mile-long grassy knoll beneath a soundwall in the heart of the city’s Native American community.
Source: The Guardian
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