Montana writer and poet Jennifer Greene was teaching college students before she got her first real look at the history of the Flathead Reservation and how her ancestors, the Bitteroot Salish people, came to live there. In her fiction and poetry — including this story — she often puts herself in the place of those ancestors, recreating their voices.

Articles by Jennifer

Connected to Everything

Read this story from the Bitterroot Salish.
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Learning for Justice in the South

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