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Experts on Indigenous migration gather in Seattle
By Manuel Valdes
Seattle, Washington (AP)
In the remote town of Forks on the Olympic Peninsula, a police investigation of a fatal stabbing earlier this year sputtered when an Indigenous interpreter wasn’t readily available. On the eastern side of the state, in Moses Lake, a nonprofit law firm launched radio commercials seeking an indigenous speaker to do outreach to a growing community there. South in Vancouver, farm workers who speak various indigenous dialects have begun arriving to work the fields.
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