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Navajo Nation Leader Slams EPA's Pathetic Response To Massive Toxic Spill

If you haven’t figured it out by now, the EPA breaks the law and bungles simple tasks like it’s going out of style.

You name the mistake and they’ve done it. 320 more words

The Navajo Are Fighting to Get Their Water Back | TakePart

A third of tribe members lack clean water while cities thrive on rivers running through reservations. New deals are enabling them to take some of what’s theirs. 11 more words


Earth Day 2016 in Monument Valley

Location: Navajo Nation

Earth Day 2016: Things to Consider

Hello, everyone! Happy Earth Day! On this day, to honor Mother Nature, please get outside and see the beauty this world has to offer. 369 more words

Debate over proposed Bears Ears National Monument heats up on Capitol Hill

SALT LAKE CITY – Interior Secretary Sally Jewell will visit Utah this summer, and the announcement has some wondering if it’s a signal President Obama will create a new national monument in the Beehive State. 347 more words


Our Great South West Adventure - Stop 6 Monument Valley Part 1

We knew Monument Valley in the Navajo Nation (Arizona) was something we had to see, but we didn’t understand really how special in what going to be in our hearts. 775 more words

Gray's Reflections

Lezmond Mitchell v. U.S. Cert Petition


Mitchell Cert Petition

Questions presented:

Petitioner, a Navajo, is a federal prisoner sentenced to death under the
Federal Death Penalty Act, 18 U.S.C. §§ 3591-3599.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Jetsonorama. Navajo Nation. Painted Desert Project. — Frankie Beane

This is is the introduction on Jetsonorama’s website: “The question I’m asked most frequently is how a black doctor in his 50s working on the Navajo reservation started doing street art on said reservation.

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