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Climate Change Implications for the Quileute and Hoh Tribes

Chelsie Papiez
Biology Climate Change Hoh RiverQuileute
Is Your Tribal Land Secure?

Ralston, Larry, The Evergreen State College
Environmental StudiesGeologyNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public Administration ActivismClimate ChangeCommunity DevelopmentLandLaw and JusticeLeadership Quileute
Should Tribes Legalize Marijuana?

Amber Seachord and Barbara Leigh Smith
Business and ManagementEconomicsHealthNative American StudiesPolitical Science and Public AdministrationPsychology Social Work and Sociology Community DevelopmentEconomic DevelopmentFamily and YouthFederal and State Relations and PolicyHealth and WellnessHuman ServicesIntergovernmental RelationsLeadershipSelf Determination and Self GovernanceTreaty Rights and Sovereignty Alaska NativeApacheChipewyan CreeChistochinaCoast Salish People of Puget SoundConfederated Tribes of Salish KootenaiConfederated Tribes of Warm SpringsConfederated Tribes of YakamaCreeGila RiverHavasupaiHoh RiverHopiInuitInupiaqIroquoisLac de Flambeau Band of Lake Superior Chippewa IndiansLeech Lake Band of OjibweLower Elwha KlallamLummiMakahMentastaMescalero ApacheMorongoMount Sanford Tribal ConsortiumMowachaht/MuchalahtNavajoNez PerceNisquallyOjibweOnondagaOsagePapiez Confederated Tribes of YakamaQuileuteQuinaultSanta Clara PuebloSeminoleSkokomishSquaxin IslandSwinomishTulalipWampanoagWhite Earth Nation
The Twilight Saga and the Quileute Indian Tribe: Opportunity or Cultural Exploitation?
Barbara Leigh Smith
CommunicationsNative American Studies ActivismCommunity DevelopmentCultural AppropriationCultural PreservationEconomic DevelopmentIntergovernmental RelationsMedia Quileute