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For a long time, Japanese anthropologists and officials tried to bury the Ainu. It didn't work
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The Ainu, the Indigenous people of Japan, have fought Japanese domination for centuries. As this century unfolds, their efforts are finally paying off. (Photo by Chris Willson/Alamy Stock Photo)
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