Members of the Portland AIM Drum Group open Olympia’s first Indigenous Peoples Day celebration Monday at Sylvester Park.
Members of the Portland AIM Drum Group open Olympia’s first Indigenous Peoples Day celebration Monday at Sylvester Park. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
Members of the Portland AIM Drum Group open Olympia’s first Indigenous Peoples Day celebration Monday at Sylvester Park. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

Indigenous Peoples Day pays respect to Olympia’s tribal past, present and future

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