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American Indian teens turn the camera around

Published 11/23/2008, Seattle Times

SEATTLE — For three high school boys on the Swinomish Indian Reservation, the chance to make an environmental film at first seemed like a chance to get out of drug court and hang out with friends. The subjects of their film — the nearby Shell and Tesoro oil refineries on land that once belonged to their community — were just fixtures they’d grown up with.

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