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How 'Twilight' Stardom Helped the Quileute's Land Struggle

  • Aired: 07/13/2012
  • 01:50
  • Rating: E
For more on this story go to http://www.pbs.org/newshour/topic/climate-change/The tiny, northwestern Quileute tribe gained notoriety as the clan of shapeshifting werewolves in the popular "Twilight" book and movie series. Tribal members say it has brought many tourists and media attention to their reservation in La Push, Wash., which has helped them galvanize support for their land struggle.
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