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‘Our history is incredibly relevant’: Cherokee playwright brings her family’s past to the present

When President Obama signed the Violence Against Women Act in 2013, the assembled crowd was too big for the White House. They gathered instead at the Department of the Interior, where everyone — Native women, domestic abuse survivors, the President of the United States, together — could fit. Since an infamous 1978 Supreme Court decision, tribal […]
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