Damen Bell-Holter shares words during his basketball camp at Floyd Dryden Middle School last March. The camp was a partnership with Sealaska and Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. Bell-Holter is hosting a basketball and leadership camp “We Belong Here” beginning on Monday at Thunder Mountain High School. (Konrad Frank | Juneau Empire File)

Damen Bell-Holter shares words during his basketball camp at Floyd Dryden Middle School last March. The camp was a partnership with Sealaska and Central Council of Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska. Bell-Holter is hosting a basketball and leadership camp “We Belong Here” beginning on Monday at Thunder Mountain High School. (Konrad Frank | Juneau Empire File)

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