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North American Indigenous PEOPLES can advocate for large structural changes, increase in infrastructure expenditures for Indigenous peoples and governments, and everyday social change through education and community awareness. By providing executive summaries of data-sharing activities and efforts with trusted policymakers, in the future, authorities can advocate for the kinds of equitable data-sharing, research, and archival activities that need to occur through nation-to-nation negotiation between Canada, the US, Mexico, and pueblos indĂ­genas and sovereign tribes. For now, though, throughout Indigenous North America, much of the work is about enduring and counteracting the brutality of the COVID-19 infodemic.

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