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“The sled dog, without him, we would not have survived.”

In the 50th Iditarod, Alaska Native mushers confront the past – and a cultural divide

Iñupiaq musher John Baker and his sled dog team during their championship run in the 2011 Iditarod. Jeff Shultz

The commemoration of the 50th Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race winded down in Alaska as the Senate Judiciary Committee, and much of the country, focused their attention on Ketanji Brown Jackson, the first Black woman nominated to…

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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) jennimonet.com