'Firekeeper's Daughter' By Angeline Boulley; Post-Pandemic 'Normalcy Index' : Here & Now Anytime Author Angeline Boulley talks about her new young adult novel "Firekeeper's Daughter," which centers around an investigation into a new form of crystal meth coming out of an Ojibwe community in Michigan. And, much of the world is not quite back to normal yet, according to a new "normalcy index" by The Economist. Data journalist James Fransham explains.

'Firekeeper's Daughter' By Angeline Boulley; Post-Pandemic 'Normalcy Index'

'Firekeeper's Daughter' By Angeline Boulley; Post-Pandemic 'Normalcy Index'

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Author Angeline Boulley talks about her new young adult novel "Firekeeper's Daughter," which centers around an investigation into a new form of crystal meth coming out of an Ojibwe community in Michigan. And, much of the world is not quite back to normal yet, according to a new "normalcy index" by The Economist. Data journalist James Fransham explains.

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