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For Native communities, the reclamation of land goes hand in hand with the reclamation of identity.
Since the pandemic began, she’s been writing about the economic fallout and questioning those in power.
Being home on maternity leave during last year's Black Lives Matter protests got a reporter thinking about how to look deeper into police misdeeds.
The longtime education reporter explains how decades of covering schools shaped the perspective she brings to her new column.
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