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Why Native people 'need to count' in the 2020 census

When Ramona Bennett became a member of the Puyallup Tribal Council in 1968, she wanted to see change. The tribe had no health clinic, no school, no large source of income like the casino they currently own. They didn't even own their cemetery. "This tribe literally had nothing," she recalled. At the time, the Puyallup Tribe was down to about 170 enrolled members, a stark contrast…
Source: Red Lake Nation News

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