Native Daughters is a two-year project from the first meeting to the finished magazine and website, involving five University of Nebraska-Lincoln professors and about 30 students. The idea stemmed from several brainstorming sessions among professors looking for a new way to tell an older story about indigenous America.
The magazine and website products were broken down into three semesters of work: Spring ’09 involving content producers traveling to Pine Ridge during spring break for grass roots reporting; Fall ’09 involving students writing stories, shooting photos/video and creating new media; Spring ’10 involving students editing and pulling together content to produce the finished printed and digital products.
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