Laws protecting certain animals are endangering tribes. Here’s how they persevere.

As the sun falls and rain clouds linger, Jaytuk Steinruck drives an ATV up a northwest corner of California’s shore. His goal? To gather duuma (sea anemone) from tide pools near Setlhxat (Prince Island) for a feast made from traditional Tolowa tribal foods. As he gathers the spongy, green anemone that will later be breaded […]

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If Anyone Has a Right To Be Ticked Off, It’s These Poor People

I don’t know about you, but sometimes it’s the smallest things that can cause the most annoyance. The way your coworkers insists on feeing greasy food in the cubicle right next to you, how autocorrect always assumes you’re trying to use the word “duck.” Those things are annoying, but likely not egregious enough to warrant […]

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