Everybody’s Got the Right to Live: Jobs, Income and Housing

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“The Stronghold Sacred Journey (led by the Apache Stronghold’s Wendsler Nosie, a leader of the Poor People’s Campaign) stopped in L.A. at ‘Indian Alley‘ to meet and pray with their urban relatives — a site well-known for its stories of pain and resilience, suffering and survival for indigenous peoples. With over 100 federally recognized tribes represented within Los Angeles County, it is home to the second-largest population of Native Americans in the US.” — Steve Pavey (photo by Steve Pavey)


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