Native American Intermarriage Puts Benefits At Risk

Census data shows that Native Americans marry-out at higher rates than any other group in the U.S. But the Eastern Shoshone of Wyoming, require tribal members to be at least a quarter Native American. That requirement may mean a loss of both population and identity, as Wyoming Public Radio’s Tristan Ahtone reports.

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Tristan Ahtone

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