Renewal 

After a century and a half of struggle and rebuilding, the Wiyot Tribe once again will dance to heal the world

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Photo by Terrence McNally

The clear winter sky deepens as night creeps upon Woodley Island, that marina-festooned dab of land in Humboldt Bay closest to Eureka's mainland. The calm water, catching the last light, grows stripes of gold, blue and orange. Against distant spits the ocean…

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