‘Racism is Alive and Well’ – Forum Hears Stories of Police Profiling, Racism & Calls to Organize

Published May 14, 2017 GALLUP – Racial profiling is not something new in this railroad town with a population of over 23,000. The Public Forum on Racial Profiling was held at the Downtown Conference Center on Tuesday discussed racial profiling and the experiences of Native Americans around the city. Jennifer Nez Denetdale said the forum aimed […]

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Drone Used to Detect Uranium Sites, First Step in Cleanup

Published December 18, 2016 WINDOW ROCK – Carl Smyth of Seattle uses his drone and camera to map out uranium spots in hard-to-find places. Most recently the area two miles south of Cove Day School in Red Valley, Arizona underwent careful examination. . According to the Environmental Protection Agency, in 2014 the U.S. entered a legal […]

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Navajo Nation Administration On Trump Presidency

Published November 13, 2016 WINDOW ROCK – After a long campaign, Donald Trump claimed victory on Nov. 8, becoming the 45th President of the United States, securing the 270 electoral votes needed to win. “We congratulate Donald Trump,” tweeted Navajo Vice President Jonathan Nez. “We will move forward together. Voters have chosen our new President so […]

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Babies Vie in Talent, Cuteness at Ramah

Published September 4, 2016 PINE HILL, NEW MEXICO – Ramah Fair hosted elder day on the same day as the baby contest. The babies won. The Ramah Navajo Fair and Rodeo was filled with Diné elders, parents, rodeo contestants, as well as baby contestants who dressed in traditional clothing, wore Navajo jewelry and did their best […]

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Researchers Confirm NASA Findings of Methane Cloud

Published August 21, 2016 AZTEC, NEW MEXICO – A day after the National Aeronautics and Space Administration released its new finding of 250 methane leaks in the San Juan Basin, a group of researchers launched their own investigation. “We found several methane leaks, natural gas leaks, coming from various facilities,” said Pete Dronkers, Southwest Circuit Rider for […]

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