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Rachel Heaton holds up the Muckleshoot Tribe flag on top of Mount Rainier. Photo courtesy of Heaton.

Native American Heritage Month — In their own words: Rachel Heaton

For over 30 years, Native American Heritage Month has been federally-recognized. Northwest Public Broadcasting reporters are interviewing Indigenous people from throughout the region to learn what they think about the month and what they want people to understand about their culture and who they are. Lauren Gallup spoke with Rachel Heaton, co-founder of Mazaska Talks, an indigenous-led organization that offers tools to help others divest from fossil fuels. Continue Reading Native American Heritage Month — In their own words: Rachel Heaton

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