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A sacred spring and the ever-flowing resilience of Indigenous peoples

In a stand of trees a few blocks west of North Seattle College, a pool of water trickles out of a stone ring and onto mud stained a bright copper red. This is red ochre, known as líq’tәd in the Lushootseed language of the Duwamish and Coast Salish peoples who gathered at this sacred site since time immemorial for prayer, healing, and celebration. The ever-flowing mineral water of líq’tәd is an enduring reminder that the...

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