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Navajos Appeal to Inter-American Commission on Human Rights over Proposed Uranium Mining
The Eastern Navajo Diné is appealing to the international community to stop uranium mining in the Navajo villages of Church Rock and Crownpoint, New Mexico, attorneys for the tribe...
‘Native Life’ Provides Online Health Support Network
Mora used to be afraid of testing her blood sugar, but now tests three times a day...
Navajo Cops on National Geographic Channel
The documentary Navajo Cops airs tonight, May 11, at 8 PM and 11 PM on National Geographic Channel...
Historic Family Agaist Violence Act Gains Advocacy at Navajo Domestic Violence Conference
Navajo Nation social services and law enforcement officials held a conference April 27 and 28, exploring the vast and complicated issues family violence has on victims...
Notah Begay Promotes Healthy Living to American Indian Students
Notah Begay Four-time PGA Tour winner Notah Begay III , of the Navajo , San Felipe Pueblo and Isleta Pueblo tribes, encouraged American Indian youth to lead a healthy lifestyle and...
Notah Begay III Foundation Challenge Teed Up
Notah Begay (Navajo/Pueblo) and the Oneida Indian Nation are teaming up for the fourth time in their fight against obesity and to promote youth sports and wellness within American ...
Jacoby Ellsbury Getting Back into Swing of Things
His average is still hovering at .200, and he's still batting ninth (with his speed, the Oregon born Navajo is considered one of the fastest player in the game and a natural lead-o...
Native Distance Runners Star in ‘Run to the East’ Documentary
A new documentary, Run to the East , about three American Indian high school distance runners and Wings of America participants, made its debut at The Arizona International Film Fe...
Arizona Public Service Targets Navajo Businesses for Contract Work
The owners of Hodishooh Specialty Cleaning Services in Bloomfield, New Mexico, Ray and Spicey Yazzie secured a contract with Arizona Public Service Co...
Spotlight on Farmington New Mexico
Farmington, New Mexico, is a city situated at the convergence of several different entities...
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