, 2022-12-27 14:59:13,
by Native News Online + Tribal Business News
It’s been a big year for the small but precarious editorial teams at Native News Online and Tribal Business News.
After two years of limited travel and mostly working from home, we hit the road covering important stories across India. Over the past 12 months, our editors and reporters have traveled far and wide to provide stories on issues ranging from Indian boarding schools and repatriation, to Indigenous health, tribal economic development, Indigenous environmental efforts, and more.
Do you enjoy local news coverage?
We asked our editorial team to pick one story they worked on this year that ranked as their favorite out of the hundreds we published in 2022. Here are their answers.
Gina Koons, Senior Correspondent
My favorite story that I worked on this year was “Bring Anastasia homeIn early July, Anastasia’s family followed Thistles on their journey to collect the remains of their ancestors in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and return them to their home in Kodiak, Alaska. Anastasia died at an Indian boarding school in Pennsylvania 121 years ago. She was one of more than 100,000 young men Aborigines were excluded from …
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