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‘We are still here’: Community gathers for Indigenous Peoples Day

Event at Lummi Reservation draws hundreds

Lhaq'temish dancers, dressed in traditional attire, celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day with the community at the Wex'liem Building.
Lhaq'temish dancers celebrate Indigenous Peoples' Day with the community at the Wex'liem Building on Monday, Oct. 9. Hundreds of locals came out to the event to eat salmon, listen to Indigenous speakers and watch the Blackhawk Singers. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
The Lummi Nation welcomed hundreds of community members into the Wex’liem Community Building Monda

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