By Kim BacaIn many Southwest Native languages, there are no words for soda or its popular brands. Yet the drink has been absorbed in many traditions, often served during Pueblo feasts, community give-aways or other ceremonial events, often replacing more nutritious drinks, including water. “Water is sacred – why don’t we it?”...
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By Kim BacaSupporters of sacred Bears Ears National Monument prepare to battle President Trump administration over the reversal of Obama's designation.
By Kim BacaThe Bureau of Land Management and the BIA are holding meetings on oil and gas leasing concerns near Chaco Culture National Historic Park.
By Kim BacaOfficer Austin Shipley who shot and killed a 27-year-old Loreal Tsingine after an alleged shoplifting incident in Winslow, Arizona, has resigned.
By Kim BacaControversial bill touted as alternative to designating Bears Ears in Utah as a national monument moves from committee into House of Representatives.
By Kim BacaDiscussions about if new laws are needed to strengthen the likes of NAGPRA were held at the recent AAIA International Repatriation Project conference.
By Kim BacaThe Department of Justice has agreed to investigate the death of Loreal Tsingine, a Navajo woman who was shot five times by a Winslow police officer.
By Kim BacaA recently released body camera video of a Navajo woman who was shot five times in Winslow, Arizona, shows the altercation with the police officer.