Caroline Mills on First, But Last? with Emy DiGrappaCaroline Mills is the director of the Fort Washakie Learning Center.

She was born on the Wind River Indian Reservation and is a member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe.

In this episode, Caroline talks about what it was like to grow up on the Wind River Reservation, the time she met Fidel Castro, and how she imparts her wisdom to young people on the reservation.

“I think it’s important to be available, be accessible, and talk to anybody, and encourage them– because young people need to shoot for the stars and follow their dreams.” – Caroline Mills on mentorship

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“Get your education first and start a family later.” – Caroline Mill’s advice for young women

Show Notes:

  • What it was like growing up on the reservation
  • Why Native Americans around the US are returning to gathering local native plants
  • The time Caroline met Fidel Castro
  • How Caroline is imparting her wisdom to young women on the reservation
  • Caroline’s advice for young women

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