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Committee of 500 Years

Conversation with Indigenous Community Leader, Joshua Hunt

Content Warning: Genocide of Indigenous/Native American people

An image of a Native American elder imposed in the middle of an United States flag hangs from the inside of a tent styled in the tradition of an Indigenous tribe, complete with fur pelts, blankets, and a stone bordered fire pit on the earth beneath.
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Joshua Hunt always knew he was Indigenous. His mother enrolled both him and his sister, at an early age, in the Southern Cheyenne nation of Oklahoma based in Western Oklahoma. Despite this, his family didn’t actively connect or participate…

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Maia D. (they/them)

Maia D. (they/them)

Creator, Convivial Culture | Professional Dabbler | Disability Justice + Mental Health Activist | "Artist" | RPG Novice | M.A. Bioethics | Cleveland, OH