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Native Activist and Speaker Gyasi Ross Launches New Podcast to Share Indigenous Perspectives

by Ana Sofia Knauf Gyasi Ross May Kalhor Native American issues are finally taking hold in the media zeitgeist thanks to the scores of indigenous protesters holding their ground against the Dakota Access Pipeline construction project on the Standing Rock Sioux reservation in North Dakota. Gyasi Ross, a Native activist and youth mentor who stood alongside his community in Standing Rock, knows how critical it is for issues facing indigenous peoples to finally be heard by the largely white-run media.
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