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'Homecoming': 100 years after forceful removal, Nez Perce people celebrate reclaimed land.

Show Caption Hide Caption VIDEO: Nez Perce Tribe reclaims and blesses land in Joseph, Oregon Nez Perce Tribe rides to Am’sáaxpa or “the place of boulders,” for a land blessing ceremony.

"Our people know that we sprang from this land and we're tied to the land in that manner and the land is also tied to us in the same way.".

Wheeler is a descendent of Chief Joseph, one of the several Nez Perce leaders who fought tirelessly to protect the Nez Perce tribe and its land.

War broke out in 1877 when Gen. Oliver O. Howard attempted to force non-treaty Nez Perce from the land.

It is estimated that more than 230 Nez Perce people died during the fighting retreat, including women and children.

She’d joined family in Oregon when the Nez Perce celebrated the United Methodist Church’s return of sacred land in Wallowa in May. »

Blizzard Recruiters Asked Hacker If She ‘Liked Being Penetrated’ at Job Fair

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Mitchell said she was wearing a t-shirt made by cybersecurity company SecureState, which had "Penetration Expert" on the front.

One of the Blizzard employees first asked if she was lost, another one asked if she was at the conference with her boyfriend, and another one asked if she even knew what pentesting was.

Last week, the state of California sued Activision Blizzard for fostering a "frat boy" culture and for being "breeding ground for harassment" and discrimination. »

Water park? Disney guests swim in flooded Magic Kingdom streets

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Around 3 p.m. Thursday, a weather system moved over Disney World and the streets around Cosmic Ray Café become flooded, according to photos shared with News 6.

While some guests took shelter from the rain, others, mostly children, decided to enjoy the “water park” that formed inside Magic Kingdom.

Disney guests swim in flooded Magic Kingdom streets (Credit: Cassie Claire Chase) (Copyright 2021 by WKMG ClickOrlando). »

Bolivia Will Send Food and Syringes to Cuba

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President Luis Arce has announced that Bolivia will send a plane to Cuba carrying food and syringes destined for the Cuban people, as a show of solidarity.

“Our plane will be loaded with solidarity, with much affection,” said the authority before an applauding audience.

Before Arce’s speech, Cuban Ambassador to Bolivia, Danilo Sánchez, thanked Bolivia for its solidarity and its condemnation of the U.S. blockade of the island. »