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Native Women Are Taking a Stand to Reclaim Stolen Land

As the federal government lobbies for erasure, immigrant populations are fighting back

The Rio Grande Valley Climate March at the National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas on March 3, 2019.
The Rio Grande Valley Climate March at the National Butterfly Center in Mission, Texas on March 3, 2019. Photo: Carolyn Van Houten/The Washington Post via Getty

ItIt may sound like a gross simplification, but immigration is really just about sovereignty, land, and borders. No one knows this better than Native Americans. Strangely, journalists, activists, lawmakers, and legal advocates…

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Tina Vasquez

Tina Vasquez

Tina Vasquez is a journalist covering immigration and reproductive injustice. Her work has appeared at Rewire.News, NPR, and the New York Review of Books.

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