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Redistricting Leads to Concern over Diluted Indigenous Voting Power in Pacific Northwest
Critics say newly drawn state legislative maps in Oregon will make it more difficult for Native American voters to elect candidates who best represent their interests. In Washington, initial maps led to worries that the only Indigenous lawmaker in the state Legislature could lose her seat. 
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Bridging Cultural and Political Gaps Through Indigenous First Foods
City leaders in Oregon are partnering with nonprofits and tribes to promote first foods, which may hold clues to climate change resilience while connecting urban Native Americans to important ancestral knowledge and practices.
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The Lewis and Clark Expedition from an Indian Country Perspective
New federal-tribal partnership will deepen the Corps of Discovery journey with stories from the many tribes who helped the explorers find their way.
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