|Debra Utacia Krol, Indigenous affairs reporter at the Arizona Republic, is an award-winning journalist with an emphasis on Native issues, environmental and science issues and travel, who's fond of averring that "My beat is Indians." More about Debra.|
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- "How Indigenous Memories Can Help Save Species From Extinction," Vox, by Karen Pinchin.
- "Re-Indigenizing the Story of Bears Ears," Boulder Weekly, by Rico Moore.
- "Uranium Widows in Navajo Country," Sierra Magazine, by Wudan Yan.
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