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Condition of Native Americans in the United States

StoryAugust 16, 1999
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We now go to a speech given by Suzan Harjo. She is president of the Morning Star Institute, an Indian-rights advocacy group. She is also a founding member of the UNITY Braintrust, and a member of the Cheyenne and Muskogee nations. Harjo participated in a panel discussion on human rights at the Unity 99 journalists of color conference last month in Seattle, where she spoke about the plight of Native Americans in the United States.

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  • Suzan Harjo, President of the Morning Star Institute.

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