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Vocalist Kahara Hodges, Navajo

The Beautiful Voice of Kahara Hodges, Singing in Navajo Before ASU Basketball Game

ICTMN Staff
3/4/13

In Tempe, Arizona, before tip-off of the February 24 Arizona State University women's basketball game versus the University of Arizona, vocalist Kahara Hodges, Navajo, sang the National Anthem in Navajo. It was Native American Heritage night, and Hodges dazzled the crowd with her incredibly beautiful, moving performance; watch here:

According to her Facebook page, Kahara is an original and current member of the Phoenix Indian Centers Navajo singing class known as Dine’ Urban Voices. Since 2007, the group has promoted the preservation and beauty of the Navajo culture and language throughout the valley at multicultural gatherings, native celebrations, and fundraising events to benefit families in need of assistance.

Learn more about Kahara and support the work of this fabulously gifted young Navajo vocalist by visiting her Facebook page; click here.

And here's more of Kahara singing, a mesmerizing cover of the track "Gravity."

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Rory Link's picture
Rory Link
Submitted by Rory Link on
Thank You.

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Navajo joe
Submitted by Navajo joe on
Hope she is not a party animal and giving herself to men. Hope she keeps herself clean and pure.

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Two Bears Growling
Submitted by Two Bears Growling on
Young woman of the people, make your people & family shine with pride. You hold promise, so stay healthy, living in a good way that makes our Creator pleased with the talents He has blessed you with to touch others lives in a good way. Keep yourself away from bad people that would use you & surround yourself with those who love you & have only your best interest in mind. Use the talent you have been blessed with in a good way, get an education & be all that you can be. Always remember your family & your people. Remember your Creator & stay true to your people. Remembering where your gift comes from. Always help your people & family & to serve the Great Spirit with honor, dignity, bringing pride to your family & people. Stay true to heart.

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Washington Redskin
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You have a beautiful gift, always remember who you are, where you come from, your identity is so important. You have the opportunity to make an impact on people, represent yourself, your family, your people well. I wish nothing but the best for you. This is coming from a Native residing in Virginia/Washington DC.

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wigirl
Submitted by wigirl on
A young woman is working to maintain a decimated culture and history and all you can focus on is her sexuality? Gross, Navajo Joe, super gross.
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