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Thing About Skins
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly Seeks $2.8 Million in Water-Damage Funding
Overwhelmed with damage to water systems in brutally freezing temperatures, Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly is asking for volunteers to help with repairs and is seeking up to $2...
Tribes Applaud Sandy Recovery Improvement Act
Following President Barack Obama’s signing of the Sandy Recovery Improvement Act of 2013 on January 30, tribal leaders applauded the bill which puts tribes on equal footing as stat...
Indian Identity and Assimilation
Indigenous identities have become multiple and more complex, and some more hostile, at the beginning of the 21st century...
Negotiations For Navajo Mine Will Continue Between Navajo Nation and BHP Billiton
Being the owners of a coal mine, is something Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly thinks would be not only beneficial but a good move for the tribe...
New Mexico Teach For America Making a Difference for Native Kids
Want to make a difference for children in a Native American community?...
Frozen Navajo Nation Declares State of Emergency Over Damage-Induced Water Shortages
The Navajo Nation is facing such severe water shortages due to frozen waterlines, run-down water storage containers and weather-damaged water systems that President Ben Shelly has ...
Navajo Nation Band Enjoys Sites of Washington, D.C.
The Navajo Nation Band was invited to march in the inauguration parade on January 21 and is seen here at the Iwo Jima Memorial in Washington, D.C...
Urban Outfitters Request to Move Trademark Case Denied
Apparel and furnishings merchant Urban Outfitters has been denied its request to change the venue of its trademark infringement case with the Navajo Nation...
Navajo Nation Gains Access to Utah Education Data
A Memorandum of Understanding signed January 10 between the Utah State Board of Education and the Navajo Department of Diné Education (NNDODE) will give the Navajo Nation access to...
The Navajo Nation Seeks to End a Mining Lawsuit
The Navajo Nation, facing conflict over the expansion of a mine that supplies coal to the Four Corners Power Plant, unsuccessfully invoked sovereignty in an environmental advocacy ...
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Uphill Battle: Tough Climb for NM Navajos to Become President
Navajo Council Member’s Anti-Redskins Bill Ready for a Vote
Navajo Nation to Get $1 Billion in Historic Kerr-McGee $5.15 Billion Cleanup Settlement
Raging Rivers: Navajo Nation Council to Vote on Grand Canyon Escalade Project
NTU Instructional Sites to Benefit From Arizona Funding Compact
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