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Why some Indigenous people see themselves in Star Wars icon Baby Yoda

If you've been on social media lately, chances are you've come across a cute green creature. Baby Yoda — or "the child" in the Star Wars web series The Mandalorian — has stolen hearts across the internet. And Indigenous fans in particular are claiming the adorable alien as one of their own in everything from memes and jewlery to artwork and clothing.

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1/12/2020

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