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In many traditions, two-spirit people served their community as mediators, social workers, crafts-people, name-givers, shaman and/or medicine givers—roles only a two-spirit person could fulfill. That's why they were viewed as another gender.”
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Basic Rights Oregon
An Anti-Racist Organizational Development Toolkit for LGBT Equality Groups and Activists”
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Learning the various histories and crushing societal conditions of Native people in our country—including Two-Spirit communities—is crucial for grantmakers. Native Americans in Philanthropy Board Chair Ron Rowell shares some insights.

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Racial Equity
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  4. Inequality Slideshow
  5. Case Study & 10 Steps
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