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Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission

The Navajo Nation Human Rights Commission (“Commission”) is notifying the public on an important public meeting hosted by New Mexico Citizens Redistricting Committee (“NMCRC”). The upcoming in-person public meeting is to gain input from New Mexico residents in New Mexico’s Congressional delegation, the New Mexico Senate, the New Mexico House of Representatives, and the Public Education Commission maps.

In-person location:

What: Citizen Redistricting Committee Public Meeting

When: September 29, 2021

Time: 3:00 p.m. MDT

Location: Navajo Technical University Wellness Center

Lowerpoint Road, State Road HWY 371

Crownpoint, New Mexico 87313

It is important that Navajo citizens voice their opinion on how the New Mexico Citizens Redistricting Committee will be developing redistricting maps for New Mexico. The New Mexico Citizens Redistricting Committee will incorporate input from the public in the development of the future districts. 

If you are unable to attend the in-person meeting, visit to join the meeting via Zoom.

In compliance with Navajo Technical University for the in person meeting you, need to do the following: wear your mask and present a proof of vaccination at the main entrance of the campus — without a mask and proof of vaccination, you won’t be allowed on campus. Maintain social distancing of 6 feet. Be patient with a limitation of only 20 people in the meeting room at one time. Adults only please — though youth and children who are interested in the process are encouraged to join the meeting by video via Zoom. Currently the Commission working on Navajo Nation redistricting plans for Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. 

For more information, contact the Commission at 928-871-7436.

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