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Interracial relationships can be challenging, especially if you have strong ties to your culture, traditions and language. Conflicts and problems may arise from lack of understanding, stereotypes, or discrimination from both sides. When children are involved, things can get even more complicated. What makes an interracial relationship a healthy one? What is it like for a Native American to join a non-Native family?
Dr. Laurelle Myhra (Ojibwe) – marriage and family therapist with the Native American Community Clinic
Waneek Horn-Miller (Mohawk) – Olympic athlete
Hillary Kempenich (Turtle Mountain Band of Chippeawa) – artist
Mello Sanchez and Byron Degroat (Navajo)
Break Music: Good Things Reprise (song) Bella Kalolo (artist) Without the Paper (album)