Amber Ljunggren-Chapman
Amber Ljunggren-Chapman first ventured beyond her comfort zone in 2000, when her family moved to Colorado Springs from Pueblo of Laguna, a federally recognized Native American reservation near Albuquerque, New Mexico. “Coming from a place that I knew everybody, I grew up with everybody, I’d had the same friends since I was in kindergarten — […]
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