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Coal Power Plants and Mercury on the Navajo Nation
Navajo and other Native people who live beneath the massive grid that carries power from the Colorado Plateau to distant cities have long criticized its creation of bad water and p...
Miss Native American NMSU to Serve as Cultural Envoy
Melisa P. Danho, of New Mexico State University
When many people think of pageants, they think of swimsuit competitions and beauty queens trying to articulate thoughts about world politics...
Navajo Nation Council Members Accused of Fraud
In an Associated Press story released July 29, a lawsuit has been filed against 78 current and former Navajo Nation Council members alleging massive fraud in the use of $36 million...
Navajo First Lady Marches for Violence Against Family Act with Sign: ‘Respect Women. Women Are Sacred.’
The proposed Violence Against Family Act was revived on the Navajo Nation on July 20...
Navajo Nation Smoking Ban Exempts Casinos
The Navajo Nation Council voted 14-5 to prohibit smoking in public places on the 27,000-square-mile reservation with an exemption for gaming houses, reported the Associated Press ...
Navajo Nation Washington Office Names New Associate of Education and Public Safety
The Navajo Nation Washington Office has a new government and legislative affairs associate who will focus on education and public safety, Brian Quint...
Navajo Nation First Lady to Join ‘Stop the Violence Against Women Day’ Walk
Navajo Nation First Lady Martha Shelly plans to join the Stop the Violence Against Women Day walk in support of the Violence Against Family Act. The walk kicks off at 8:30 a.m...
Arizona Redistricting Meeting Held July 20
Arizona state representatives will be meeting with the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission and Hopi Tribe representatives at 1:30 p.m...
Sacred Wind Brings Solar Phones to Remote Navajos
A solar unit takes up little space...
Oneida Indian Nation and Navajo Nation Leaders Launch Discussion on Indigenous Issues
Gale Courey Toensing
The Navajo Nation with its spectacular Utah, Arizona and New Mexico landscapes of buttes, canyons, and wide open spaces is strikingly different from the Oneida Indian Nation of cen...
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