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Talking it up

Code Talker pushes for language sculpture


‘Hozho Out’

Families, music fans, bands enjoy fundraiser in Navajo Nation capital


Shining a light

Raye Zaragoza, Pima, will launch her new, full-length album, “Fight For You,” in the coming months. She will be a featured artist for this Native Guitars Tour lineup during Gathering of Nations week.

Music News

Diné Family wins ‘Jazz Hero’ award

The Redhouse Family Jazz Band of Tucson has been honored as “Jazz Heroes” by the Jazz Journalists Association.


Visions of a firefighter

Volunteer firefighters, rare on the reservation, struggle to chase their dream


Cause for controversy?

Casuse mural may return to Gallup sidewalk


Diné student honors family at exhibit, performance

In the 1930s, Angela Ashley, a Diné weaver from Burnt Water, Arizona, lost most of her sheep to the Bureau of Indian Affairs livestock reduction.


Ex-Miss Navajo says home is key to her success

The smell of fry bread wafted from the chapter house as Alyson Shirley greeted the people of her community she calls family.


Making families, communities healthier

Chef Walter Whitewater explained that food can either have great health benefits or be an individual’s worst nightmare, but it all depends on the person.


Strength, power of Diné woman shown in exhibit

Diné women are often overlooked in a patriarchal society, but one photographer looks to change that.