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Navajo Nation Fosters Change
Native residents of one border town may find race relations improving after years of alleged discrimination, harassment and disbelief from non-Native storekeepers, teens, and city ...
Potlatch Fund Announces New Executive Director
Dana Arviso (Diné) beat out a national field of candidates for the executive director position at Potlatch Fund , a grant-making and leadership development organization serving Was...
Navajo Cops on National Geographic Channel
The documentary Navajo Cops airs tonight, May 11, at 8 PM and 11 PM on National Geographic Channel...
Navajo Medicine Man Runs Global Business without Internet
The Farmington Daily Times' third article in its five-part series highlights the advantage of global Internet-based sales...
Five-Part Series Profiles Navajo Business in the Global Marketplace
The Farmington Daily Times is running a five-part series on the Navajo Nation's involvement in the global economy and its potential as it gains access to wireless communications...
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...
Indian Country Responds to Geronimo, bin Laden Connection
Organizations, Nations and American Indians have voiced their thoughts about the recent wanton and ignorant use of the name of an honored defender of Native sovereignty, Geronimo, ...
Ben Shelly, Navajo Nation President Responds to Bin Laden Death
“On behalf of the Navajo Nation, we are grateful for the courageous service of all United States Armed Forces, including our own Navajo warriors who continue to fight for our freed...
'Just Move It' Program Kicks Off on Navajo Nation
About 40,000 people from across the Navajo Nation and border towns are expected to participate in the "Just Move It" series this summer on all the reservation's 110 chapters and be...
Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprises CEO Says Smoking Ban Would Kill Casino Plans
Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly recently signed a commercial tobacco-free executive order to ban smoking in its casinos, reported the Phoenix Business Journal on April 26...
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