Pauly Denetclaw, Diné, is a fellow with Indian Country Today. She is a staff reporter for the Navajo Times. Her work is supported by a grant from the Bay and Paul Foundations.
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Ani Begay Auld and her husband Kiros Auld are raising their three sons on the east coast but want them to have a strong Navajo identity
‘We’ve made the most of every single minute of every single day,’ she says
President Trump stated that ending the HIV epidemic in the U.S. is one of the nation’s top priorities, he included $25 million for IHS to expand HIV screening and care
The New Mexico representative won by 3,722 votes and now represents seven of the state’s 23 tribes ** This story has been corrected since it was first posted.
Navajo Nation president says a Washington embassy could be considered 'sovereign ground' ** This story has been corrected since it was first posted
A total of 325 tribal nations, 57 Native organizations, 21 states, 31 child welfare organizations, 7 members of Congress, and dozens of scholars of federal Indian law and constitutional law supported the law
Santee Lewis recently appointed to run the Navajo Nation Washington Office