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Antelope Canyon: The Most Photographed Slot Canyon in the World

There are 2 Antelope Canyons, upper and lower. I went to Upper Antelope Canyon a few years prior but the photos were unusable due to camera malfunction. 105 more words

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Indigenous People's Day Means More Than Just Lip Service

The city of Farmington recently joined other New Mexican cities proclaiming Columbus Day as Indigenous Peoples Day. 

Across the Southwest, U.S. governments are increasingly acknowledging the historic and current contributions that First Nation peoples have brought to the region. 473 more words

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Loved on by Black Queens in Albuquerque, New Mexico

I had the awesome opportunity to facilitate a conference in Albuquerque, New Mexico
No, I am not someone who has facilitated a conference in experiences past… 1,746 more words

Trump to Navajo Nation: Screw You Again

In spite of calls from the Navajo Nation for a moratorium on fracking in the Greater Chaco region of northwestern New Mexico, the U.S. Department of the Interior’s Bureau of Land Management has continued to rubberstamp industry demands for more drilling permits. 530 more words

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Antelope Canyon

The pictures in this post, and the experience we had while taking them, would not have happened if we weren’t such slobby travelers. Some people pack up coolers for a road trip; they save money and stay healthy by bringing their own food to snack on. 572 more words

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