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IS ALL “FAIR” IN FASHION AND APPROPRIATION?

By: Heather Torres | Intern | heather.torres@procopio.com
Ted Griswold | Partner | ted.griswold@procopio.com

On July 12, 2016, New Mexico Federal Judge Bruce D. Black granted another partial win to Urban Outfitters in the infamous, Navajo Nation v. 455 more words

Young Navajos Study to Save Their Language

This story originally appeared on Voice of America on October 10, 2015.

For part of her life, Sylvia Jackson stopped speaking her native language, Navajo. Like many Native American children, she had little chance to speak her language. 1,151 more words

Navajo Nation

Trader not traitor

Frank, a very distant relative, was an 1800s Indian Agent.  Towns in Utah and Oklahoma bear his name.

“Western” movies often had a villainous trader selling whiskey and guns to the natives.  820 more words

Travel Logs

LDS Church President Thomas S. Monson subpoenaed for deposition in sex abuse lawsuits

SALT LAKE CITY — Attorneys have subpoenaed Thomas S. Monson, the President of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, to give a deposition in a series of lawsuits alleging sexual abuse of Navajo children who participated in a church-run placement program. 865 more words

News

-- Nigerians, contact the Navajo Nation about uranium mining safety claims -- $$millions spent for cleanup and no end in sight

From Albuquerque Journal

Feds reach settlement with Navajos over uranium mine cleanup

By Susan Montoya Bryan / Associated Press
Tuesday, July 19th, 2016

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The federal government has reached another settlement with the Navajo Nation that will clear the way for cleanup work to continue at abandoned uranium mines across the largest American Indian reservation in the U.S. 540 more words

Navajo the tribe or the print?

The Navajo Nation  is one full of culture and tradition.  They make up fifty chapters and hold more land than any other native American tribe in  United states. 367 more words

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