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July 2, 2012
 

In her graduate thesis, Center for World Indigenous Studies associate scholar Renee Davis examines the cultural use of local plants to enable coping with diabetes and generational trauma in Salish tribal communities, and how storytelling and narrative might be employed to potentiate cultural revitalization and health education.

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