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  • Terrol Dew Johnson, an award winning basketweaver and photographer, is co-founder of Tohono O’dham Community Action (TOCA), which focuses on community health through cultural revitalization and development.

  • Donald Warne, MD, comes from an Oglala Lakota family of traditional healers. He is a Harvard-trained doctor, a professor of law at Arizona State University and an expert on American Indian health policy.

  • Rod Lewis, tribal attorney for the Gila River Indian Community (Pima),
    battled for the water rights of local tribes and helped negotiate the largest water
    settlement in Arizona history.

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