Seattle Times • March 3, 2019 • Raynell Morris
My heart is heavy knowing that members of my community are starving, and that I am kept from feeding them. According to our Lummi traditional teachings, the southern resident killer whales are connected to my people through bonds of kinship. What happens to them happens to us. Our term for them is qwe ‘lhol mechen, which means, “our relations under the waves.”
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