AFN speeches address history and change
Elizabeth Hensley described an Alaska Native community at war Thursday. The fight is a legal one, for control of traditional Native land and hunting and fishing rights, she said, and a spiritual battle against social ills that can be traced back to colonization.
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#1 Nov 1, 2009
Elizabeth Hensley is a good sounding name for the Alaskan peoples history.
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