Eugene Fracek invites understanding and relationship building with Indians

April 05, 2014

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Eugene Fracek was the keynote speaker for the Iowa Methodist Federation for Social Action spring 2014 meeting.  

He grew up on the Rosebud Indian Reservation in South Dakota, became the Indian Resource Teacher for the Rapid City School District, served as Indian Education Director for the State of South Dakota, for nearly two decades was an elementary school principal in Des Moines, and now teaches classes at Simpson College on Indians.  

He invites building sensitivity and relationships to assist, intentionally distinguishing between symptoms and problems, and gaining an understanding ofthe Indian experience.