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PAMELA J. PETERS

If you manage to find Pamela J. Peters sitting in one place, consider yourself lucky. The “indigenous multimedia documentarian” is constantly bouncing from project to project and place to place.

“I feel like a windup toy every day,” she says.

Lately, Peters has been making more than her usual frequent trips between her home in Los Angeles and the Navajo reservation in Arizona where she grew up. Now in her 40s, she’s feeling the

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