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Lummi woman at center of documentary shown on Indigenous Peoples Day

Full house attended screening of ‘Daughter of a Lost Bird’ Monday

The audience watches the West Shore Canoe Family perform at the Indigenous Peoples Day event at Whatcom Community College on Oct. 11. The event also included a traditional salmon dinner and a showing of "Daughter of a Lost Bird."
The audience watches the West Shore Canoe Family perform at the Indigenous Peoples Day event at Whatcom Community College on Oct. 11. The event also included a traditional salmon dinner and a showing of "Daughter of a Lost Bird." (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jemma Alexander News Intern
Native dance, discussions and a film screening highlighted Keep the Fire Burning, an event to celebr

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