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Indigenous community members celebrate construction of House of Healing longhouse 

At ceremony, WWU President apologizes for past racism from faculty

Members of the community including Bellingham Mayor Kim Lund, County Executive Satpal Sidhu, Western Washington University President Sabah Randhawa, Nooksack Chairwoman RoseMary LaClair and Lummi Chairman Anthony Hillaire, break ground on the site of the House of Healing longhouse on Thursday, April 11. (Eli Voorhies/Cascadia Daily News)
By Charlotte Alden General Assignment/Enterprise Reporter
Indigenous leaders, students and faculty gathered on the site of the to-be-built House of Healing lo
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