The Black Native American descendants fighting for the right to belong

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When Rhonda Grayson was growing up in Oklahoma, summer visits to her grandparents’ house in Wewoka meant time spent in the kitchen with her grandmother. Together they cooked peach cobbler and traditional Native foods like wild onions, poke salad and hominy, the corn used to make grits.
Cooking was just …..

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