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Ernie Tsosie III, one half of the comedic team James & Ernie helped us identify 10 things about Navajos you may or may not know.
While Monument Valley may be one of the most recognizable vistas in the world, it is not public land; this 92,000-acre valley is operated by the Navajo Nation.
If you’re destination is Navajo Land, we have ideas while in Utah; don’t miss rafting the San Juan River or seeing the towering rock formations of Monument Valley.
If you’re destination is Navajo Land, we have ideas while in New Mexico; don’t miss archaeological wonders like Chaco Canyon or cultural gems like the rug auction.
The Navajo Nation Council approved an 18-month lease extension for the Navajo Generating Station, buying time to find energy alternatives.
People drive dozens of miles on parts of the Navajo Nation just to get water, with perhaps 40 percent of residents without running water.
A Navajo Nation elementary immersion school is teaching Native American students Diné language and culture in an effort to revitalize the language.
On January 7, the Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission (NNHRC) held a hearing to discuss police brutality directed towards Navajo citizens in Gallup.
Diné Superintendent Tommy Lewis fears for tribal schools and Indian country, which he says isn’t the place for school choice.
Since 2013, the Land Buy-Back Program on the Navajo Nation has seen 11,000 landowners sell nearly 75,000 fractionated interests back to the Nation.
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