Indigenous people in Minnesota - like Indigenous people in places all around the country - are rewriting the narrative these days.
They're telling their own stories. They are letting the world know that they're very much a part of contemporary life in this country.
In other words, they're making their voices heard in government, in institutions like the Minnesota Historical Society, and - more and more - in Ojibwemowin and Dakota.
Dr. Kate Beane is the director of Native American Initiatives at the Minnesota Historical Society, and was one of the developers of the Our Home: Native Minnesota exhibit.