A man helping his people better their lives.
Recorded November 23, 2018 Archived November 23, 2018 42:40 minutes
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DescriptionDarwin Bostwick (15) is interviewing Ronald Douglas (77). He has served most of his life fighting for the Native American people in the court. When he was young he didn't have many friends due to the fact that he was Native American and kids were very racist, although he did have all 4 of his siblings. As an attorney has dealt with some of the most richest people in the world, to some of the poorest, and some of his cases would cause him to travel across the Mid-West.