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Dancers make their grand entry into a meeting room at the start of a powwow in late October at the Airway Heights Corrections Center, near Spokane, Wash. Doug Nadvornik/Doug Nadvornik hide caption

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Prison powwows in Washington state restart after a 2-year break because of COVID

Native American inmates say the powwows give them a sense of community and spiritual growth. Prison officials say the powwows help rehabilitation and are an important motivational and behavioral tool.

Dancers make their grand entry into a meeting room at the start of a powwow in late October at the Airway Heights Corrections Center, near Spokane, Wash. Doug Nadvornik/Doug Nadvornik hide caption

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Prison powwows in Washington state restart after a 2-year break because of COVID

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Melissa Clark's Sheet Pan Thanksgiving recipe is an easy-to-prepare meal for the holiday or throughout the year. Linda Xiao hide caption

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This is the one-pan recipe to make your Thanksgiving easy

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