These Native Americans Might Be the Country’s First Climate Change Refugees

Vice: Sometime in the next few years, the remaining two dozen or so families of Louisiana's Isle de Jean Charles will pack up their stuff and leave for good. They'll leave behind homes that some of the Native American residents have lived in for generations, and they'll watch from afar as what's left of the island gets swallowed by the surrounding waters. "All of our history, all of our ancestral line -- that's where our people are buried. That's where our family members were born," island native......

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