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Image depicting Twa-le Abrahamson-Swan and Deb Abrahamson against a blue backdrop.

Deb Abrahamson is a member of the Spokane Tribe, an environmental activist and a water protector who played a large part in the push to clean up the legacy of uranium mining on the Spokane Indian Reservation; Abrahamson died of cancer in January 2020, attributing her illness to the radioactive toxins that she had dedicated her life to saving others from. | Twa-le Abrahamson-Swan is a member of the Spokane Tribe, an environmental activist, and the executive director of the River Warrior Society, a collective across the Coeur d’Alene, Colville, Kalispel, Nez Perce, and Spokane tribes; Abrahamson-Swan refocused the collective’s energies on providing pandemic and wildfire relief; she is Deb Abrahamson’s daughter. Artwork by Tracie Ching. Image courtesy of Real Change.

Artwork by Tracie Ching.
Image courtesy of Real Change.
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“Thriving People, Thriving Places.”

Thriving Peoples. Thriving Places.