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Bison — back where they belong

By Ben Long

Early in the Covid-19 epidemic, I visited the Bison Range on the Flathead Indian Reservation in northwestern Montana. But the…

Bison by the Midway Geyser Basin in Yellowstone National Park

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When will black history become a part of American History?

By Wayne Hare

Photo Credit: Unknown author, Public domain via Wikimedia Commons

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If you see racism, call it out

By Wayne Hare

Black Americans get a lot of messages about who matters and who does not in this country, and the question…

Dixie National Forest

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A Mixed-up-Family Becomes an American Family

By Rich Wandschneider

““How’s being black?” wrote a classmate in my grandson’s yearbook. “

Photograph by Omar Lopez, courtesy of Unsplash

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Fanning the Flames of Hate in Oregon

By Pepper Trail

“The present we are now enduring is the climate-change future that we have been warned about for decades.”

Photograph by Alex Radelich, Courtesy of Unsplash

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AIN’T NONE OF US CAN BREATH

By Wayne Hare

How do you explain racism when it is so subtle and ingrained that it became invisible to white people generations ago?

Photograph by Vince Fleming, courtesy of Unsplash

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LOOKING HATE IN THE EYES IN WHITEFISH

By Asta Bowen

He would constantly remind us that ‘no matter the threat, always look them in the eye so they have to acknowledge you’re human.

Photograph by Grace Hansen

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