Tag: Navajo Nation
Ernie Tsosie III, one half of the comedic team James & Ernie helped us identify 10 things about Navajos you may or may not know.
Percentage Indian? The first blood quantum law was passed in 1705 in the colony of Virginia in which laws were introduced to restrict the civil rights of Native people.
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.
What would it take to have 250,000 mortgages in Indian country? Everything that’s being done now, on steroids. And new participants, and new thinking.
Diego James Robles
Gorgeous Photos: Diego James Robles shows us 8 beautiful dancers in regalia at special places in the Navajo Nation
The Navajo Nation spans three states and has an unemployment rate that tops 50 percent, but these six small businesses are helping to change that.
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.
Native youth benefit from non-profit camp, Pathkeepers for Indigenous Knowledge
The Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association has created a nutritional head start curriculum featuring traditional foods to revitalize the culture through education.
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