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Podcast producer Shaghayegh Tajvidi delves into stories of surprise and resilience throughout the infernal months of the pandemic. This episode features Linda Solomon Wood, Janel Johnson, Jenny Uechi and reporters Emma McIntosh, Carl Meyer and Alastair Sharp.

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Chief Malii came to understand quite well what his grandfather had meant when he said the land is hanii tohowxt, or what could only be loosely translated to “dining table.” “My grandfather meant the whole lax yip (territory) provided moose, salmon, berries, medicines. All the things that provide for your dinner table, the land provides."