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Choctaw numbers increase slightly in Mississippi

By Valerie Wells
Hattiesburg, Mississippi (AP)

Sonja Monk plans on someday becoming a tribal leader with the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.

Right now, she is a working mom who attends the University of Southern Mississippi and is helping her son find a beagle he can train for hunting.

Monk, 30, also is one of a handful of Native Americans at USM dedicated to making sure their culture is understood and celebrated, while the number of Native Americans continues to grow slowly in Mississippi.

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