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Representatives from Native American Church


Representatives from Native American Church (NAC) chapters located across North America participated in a panel at the International Congress on Traditional Medicine and Public Health. Pictured (L-R) are: Honorable Victor Clyde/Dine Nation; Sandor Iron Rope/Vice President of NACNA; Katherine Martin/ Oregon; Emerson Jackson /Dine Nation; David Tsosie/ President of ABNDN/Dine Nation; Lance Long/President NAC of Wisconsin Kelly Daniels/President NAC of Canada; Edward Crow Bear Galindo /Mexica Representatives from Native American Church (NAC) chapters located across North America participated in a panel at the International Congress on Traditional Medicine and Public Health. Pictured (L-R) are: Honorable Victor Clyde/Dine Nation; Sandor Iron Rope/Vice President of NACNA; Katherine Martin/ Oregon; Emerson Jackson /Dine Nation; David Tsosie/ President of ABNDN/Dine Nation; Lance Long/President NAC of Wisconsin Kelly Daniels/President NAC of Canada; Edward Crow Bear Galindo /Mexica
Attending the International Congress on Traditional Medicines and Public Health were (pictured L-R) David Tsosie, President of Azee Bee Nahagha of Dine Nation (ABNDN); Sandor Iron Rope, Vice President of Native American Church of North America; Lance Long,President of Native American Church of Wisconsin; Honorable Victor Clyde; and Jerry Hathalie, ABNDN Board Member. Attending the International Congress on Traditional Medicines and Public Health were (pictured L-R) David Tsosie, President of Azee Bee Nahagha of Dine Nation (ABNDN); Sandor Iron Rope, Vice President of Native American Church of North America; Lance Long,President of Native American Church of Wisconsin; Honorable Victor Clyde; and Jerry Hathalie, ABNDN Board Member.

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