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Tribal Profile--Navajo Nation: Navajo Nation Council Chambers in Arizona

"‘We’re Going to Be Out of Water’: Navajo Nation Dying of Thirst" (article) (via ICTMN) (9 April 2015) Tribes such as the Navajo "are among the most vulnerable to impacts from climate change" - including from drought.

"‘We’re Going to Be Out of Water’: Navajo Nation Dying of Thirst" (article) (via ICTMN) (9 April 2015) Tribes such as the Navajo "are among the most vulnerable to impacts from climate change" - including from drought.

Indianz.Com > Navajo Nation to decide on fluency requirements for candidates

Indianz.Com > Navajo Nation to decide on fluency requirements for candidates

Red Power Media 8-16-15… “[Senator John] McCain Chased Off Reservation By Pissed-Off Navajo Activists (VIDEO)” | Kauilapele's Blog

Red Power Media 8-16-15… “[Senator John] McCain Chased Off Reservation By Pissed-Off Navajo Activists (VIDEO)” | Kauilapele's Blog

Navajo Internet Radio Show "The World Voice on Navajo Politics" 05/14 by Politics on the Navajo Nation | Politics Podcasts

Navajo Internet Radio Show "The World Voice on Navajo Politics" 05/14 by Politics on the Navajo Nation | Politics Podcasts

Navajo Nation Vows To Hold EPA Accountable As Colorado River Poisoner Identified

Navajo Nation Vows To Hold EPA Accountable As Colorado River Poisoner Identified

Drought risk in the Navajo Nation  Disaster Risk - Hazard | PreventionWeb.net The dramatic case of the Navajo Nation in the south-western United States of America shows that much of what are characterized as drought impacts are only partly due to lack of rainfall. Factors including political marginalization and rural poverty have helped to translate meteorological drought into a widespread disaster for the entire people.  SOURCE: UNISDR (2011)

Drought risk in the Navajo Nation Disaster Risk - Hazard | PreventionWeb.net The dramatic case of the Navajo Nation in the south-western United States of America shows that much of what are characterized as drought impacts are only partly due to lack of rainfall. Factors including political marginalization and rural poverty have helped to translate meteorological drought into a widespread disaster for the entire people. SOURCE: UNISDR (2011)

VICE News travels to the Navajo Nation to investigate how coal mining has affected the Navajo’s past, present, and future.

VICE News travels to the Navajo Nation to investigate how coal mining has affected the Navajo’s past, present, and future.

The surprising history of gay marriage in the Navajo nation. Navajos could honor same-sex couples — again.

The surprising history of gay marriage in the Navajo nation

The surprising history of gay marriage in the Navajo nation. Navajos could honor same-sex couples — again.

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