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A young Indigenous woman wearing a red coat and a red skirt adorned with black, yellow, and white ribbons at the bottom holds up her phone in a recording position, while standing next to a young Indigenous man wearing a red jacket, red hat, and jeans. Two other Indigenous women dressed in ribbon skirts are also taking photos of a rally on the steps of the Supreme Court in “Washington, D.C., U.S.” Photo credit Jen Deerinwater.


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