Debra Krol

The Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Arts in Arizona

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Of the Xolon Salinan Tribe, and Senior Communications Manager at The Heard Museum of Native Cultures and Arts in Arizona.

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70 items scheduled to go up for auction next week in Paris are so sacred that Hopi people refuse to describe them. The auctioneers are calling them masks.

Parisian Auction of Sacred Hopi Artifacts Upsets Tribes

70 items scheduled to go up for auction next week in Paris are so sacred that Hopi people refuse to describe them. The auctioneers are calling them masks.

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