Indigenous peoples say that resurrecting the two Utah monuments should be the start of a sea change in how US treats tribal nations

It was one of Donald Trump’s most controversial early moves as president: to radically shrink two national monuments in the American west.

Now indigenous peoples are hopeful that Joe Biden will undo that decision – and more broadly effect a sea change in how the US treats the interests of tribal nations.

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