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After the Exxon Valdez spill in 1989, the Eyak Preservation Council was created as a grassroots movement that argued for indigenous beliefs and practices in response to the environmental catastrophe. This is an example of how indigenous peoples feel that their traditional sacred ways  
a. are giving way to the modern mechanical world.
b. are to be exclusively used by indigenous people.
c. are essential for the future of the world.
d. are irrelevant to large environmental problems.
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