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Pass Indian Housing Reauthorization
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Remember Native Dispossession
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Thing About Skins
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Navajo Nation Release
Yáʼátʼééh Késhmish dóó Baa Hózhǫ́ǫgo Nee Nínáadoohąh!...
The Year in Politics
Over the past year, one of the most story-lines in Indian country was the push for stronger government-to-government relations as well as improved living conditions throughout Turt...
Checking In With Miss Navajo Technical University
Navajo Technical University
On September 30, 2014, Navajo Technical University Public Administration major Glennis Yazzie of Chinle, Arizona outlasted two other contestants and was crowned Miss Navajo Technic...
The Toll of Coal: Los Angeles Times Explores Effects on the Navajo Nation
The soot, shriveled crops and ailing livestock make coal a mixed blessing on the Navajo Nation, as residents told the Los Angeles Times in a recent story...
Navajo Nation Buys Back 7 Sacred Masks at Controversial Parisian Auction
In what has become an all-too-familiar and all-too-disappointing scenario, a Parisian auction house put sacred Native American objects on the block despite strenuous objections fro...
Paydirt! Eerie Photo Taken on Navajo Nation Brings Record-Setting Price
A famous photograph shot in Antelope Canyon, located in the LeChee Chapter of the Navajo Nation, has drawn the eye-popping price of $6.5 million, the highest sum ever paid for a ph...
Native Women on Top: Bull Riding Not Just for Men Anymore
Native women can handle just about anything and everything...
Apparent Murder-Suicide Puts Spotlight on Tribal Law Enforcement Conditions
The Albuquerque office of the FBI is investigating an apparent murder-suicide that left a mother and her teenage daughter dead in an isolated community on the Navajo Nation...
Confronting Your Obstacles Face-to-Face: Brothers in Vietnam and Life Pt. 4
“My little brothers, I never thought they’d enlist because they were all little kids, looking up to me. I thought they couldn’t do what I did...
Painful Reminders: Brothers in Vietnam and Life Pt. 3
“How do you remember something? The smell, the taste of something can bring you back. For me, it’s pain...
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