Why Oak Flat in Arizona is a sacred space for the Apache and other Native Americans
U.S. · POLITICS
March 6, 20219 min read1853 words
Published: March 6, 2021  |  9 min read1853 words
SUPERIOR, Ariz. (RNS) — Waya Brown, barefoot and clad in a flicker-feather headdress and red-tailed hawk cape, waved a handful of feathers toward the ground. Brown, who is Apache and Pomo, twirled in a circle as he blew a double cane whistle.His father rattled a bamboo stick...
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