Fumbled Apology 

Was it necessary to water down Mayor Jager's letter to the Wiyot?

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This weekend, the Wiyot Tribe is holding its first World Renewal Ceremony since the last one, in February 1860, was cut short when white settlers massacred as many as 100 tribe members as they slept on Indian Island. And so the city…

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