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The Star

That girl was so beautiful. She could have been anything. Everything. Sometimes the world can’t take so much beauty and light wrapped in one human body. 52 more words

Karen Yellowtail


“We’re in the ‘red zone’ right now. Today, tomorrow is probably it,” says Duane “Chili” Yazzie, chapter president of the Shiprock Community on the Navajo Nation Reservation. 907 more words

Chemical Spill

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One of the more famous spots in movie lore, Forrest Gump Point is in the bottom of the valley at this end of the straightaway. This is where Forrest Gump gives up his cross-country running and wants to go home. 40 more words


cross country.

Roanhorse Canyon, Navajo Nation, norther New Mexico–Sean’s grandma’s land. It’s the most perfect camping spot and the only one we got to hit up this summer as part of our cross country journey from Phoenix to Boston, where we are now together, putting our house together. 15 more words


The Stones Themselves


In Monument Valley, the red coloured rocks are quite prominent and the vivid hues are in your face. I thought that removing the colour and presenting the scene in black and white would show the grain and structure of the giant boulders and cliff face. 23 more words


New Documents Raise More Questions About Colorado Mine Spill

DENVER (AP) – Documents released by U.S. officials have revealed that the Environmental Protection Agency knew of the potential for a blowout of toxic wastewater from a Colorado mine… 505 more words



….a cinematic device whereby the narrative constantly switches between the protagonist and the antagonist until the moment of encounter.

What this does is to highlight the shared humanity between killer, victims and the law enforcement agents who are involved in the case. 104 more words

Karen Yellowtail