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Yá’át’ééh ałtaał’áásiiłgóó, shik’éí dóó shidiné’é, shihastóí, shizáanii. McKeon K. Dempsey dashijiní. Ádoone’é ígíí éí Kiiya’áanii Dine’é nishłí dóó Tsédeeshgiizhnii Dine’é

My words could never do Ida Mae Clinton or her struggle for justice. There is no way to adequately describe her strength, her resolve, or the depth of the spiritual relationship she had with the land…

I have a suggestion I would like to share with my Diné voters in resolving the issues associated with the presidential election.

By Sami Jo Difuntorum Special to the Times As chairwoman of the National American Indian Housing Council, I applaud the

I am no better than anybody else on this planet, everyone isn’t. We let stupidity get the best of us. Why? Because we don’t have the ability to think about our situations that’s been said to us, these are things we face today.

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was one of the most prolific leaders of the civil rights movement. He is remembered as a non-violent activist who stood for peace and equality.

What Richie Nez ought to be feeling is shame for deceiving the Diné people.

I am astounded by the inconsistencies our government is waging, all three branches.

Navajos soon saw that unless they could read the treaties and laws themselves, they would quickly lose everything

It was an honor to represent the Navajo Nation as a Native Youth Ambassador at the 6th annual White House Tribal Nations Conference held Dec. 1-3 in Washington, D.C. I learned so much from listening to tribal leaders, attending the breakout sessions, and talking with the other 36 youth ambassadors representing their tribal nation.