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The United States may have dumpster fire leadership. But at least the Navajo Nation has figured out COVID-19. Earlier this year, the Navajo Nation Reservation was a major hot spot for coronavirus cases. Now, it’s seen a day without a single positive case. It’s a turning point in its battle against the virus. Navajo Nation […]
On February 14, 1940, a group of Navajos named Scott Preston, Julius Begay, Frank Goldtooth, and Judge Many Children wrote a letter of protest to their congressman, John Murdock of Arizona, against the livestock reduction program pressed upon them by Commission of Indian Affairs head John Collier. Noting how the program would radically transform their […]

Red Lives Matter

On April 3, 2016

Join us Sat., April 2, Winslow, AZ for a vigil @ 3 PM to demand #Justice4Loreal. @apachesk8boards @douglasmilesart pic.twitter.com/8iejsHCnbt — The Red Nation (@The_Red_Nation) March 30, 2016 Th

The sprawling Navajo Nation that covers northeast Arizona and parts of southeast Utah and northwest New Mexico is a huge chunk of land that is beautiful, unique, and fragile. This largely high desert area can certainly sustain life but it’s dryness means that climate change makes it highly prone to long-term changes that severely limit […]
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