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Emily Johnson conducts a land acknowledgment of Bishop’s Beach as Tuggeght, the Dena’ina word for “beluga,” at the art event, SHORE: Tuggeght, on Nov. 7, 2018, in Homer, Alaska. (Photo provided)
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