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Native American & Indigenous Peoples Initiative

The land that became the TCU campus has been Native Americans鈥 home for millennia. That鈥檚 important to know.

Tipi in front of Frog Fountain

Because our campus sits on ancestral homelands of the Wichita and Affiliated Tribes who have lived here for generations, the ground we walk on daily at TCU serves as a teaching tool for empathy, respect and understanding.

We鈥檙e developing programs to help Horned Frogs learn and respect the sovereignty and contemporary presence of Native American nations and the historical trauma of Native Americans and Indigenous Peoples.

This is how we work together to find a healing path forward.

A Caddoan Woman and baby photographed in 1898

鈥淒on鈥檛 be afraid of history鈥檚 facts. Great nations, great people, take responsibility.鈥
鈥 Scott Langston, liaison for Native American Nations and Communities

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