This chapter then moves us into the rich discussion of the role that cultural traditions, world views, and language play in the lives of contemporary Indian people. While some cultural elements have endured, others are being revitalized, adopted, or reinvented. The contributions to this chapter reveal how this process is being initiated and enacted at both the individual and tribal government levels as efforts are being made to advance cultural production and knowledge in a manner that will preserve what remains while simultaneously ensuring that it endures within the next generation.
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