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Laguna Pueblo Congresswoman Deb Haaland Sworn-in as First Indigenous Cabinet Secretary; Now Leads Interior Department

Debra Anne Haaland (Laguna / Jemez Pueblo) attended her swearing-in ceremony at the Eisenhower Executive Office Building Ceremonial Office in Washington, D.C., wearing a ribbon skirt designed by Agnes Woodard. (Photo: U.S. Department of the Interior)

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Laguna Pueblo Congresswoman Deb Haaland of New Mexico has been officially sworn-in as secretary of the interior, making her the first…




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Jenni Monet

Jenni Monet

Journalist and media critic reporting on Indigenous Affairs | Founder of the weekly newsletter @Indigenous_ly | K’awaika (Laguna Pueblo)

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