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The Navajo Generating Station, near Page, Arizona, silhouetted at sunrise.
Environmental victories don’t guarantee economic justice
Environmental victories don’t guarantee economic justice
Without a just transition, the Navajo Generating Station closure will have harmful consequences.
How the Americans with Disabilities Act could affect Native American voters
How the Americans with Disabilities Act could affect Native American voters
The relocation of polling sites near the Navajo Nation months before midterm elections raises concerns of future voter suppression.
In southern Utah, Navajo voters rise to be heard
In southern Utah, Navajo voters rise to be heard
San Juan County’s Navajo population has lived for decades with a minority white government. This election could change that.
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The 52nd Navajo Police Training Academy class celebrates their graduation in Chinle this June.
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Until a permanent academy is built, the Navajo Police Training Academy operates out of two doublewide trailers.
Nature Retreat
Nature Retreat
This issue is bound by the idea that the ecological crises are inseparable from the problem of human domination. Our feature story describes a coastal town in Southern California that is asking whether it can, or should, retreat inland from rising seas. Also in this issue: The Navajo Nation's renewed police force, prisoner strikes, conspiracy theories in Arizona and a tribute to the life and work of Ed Marston, one of NewTowncarShare News' longtime visionaries.
The Mittens
The Mittens
The Mittens at Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park.
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Monument Valley in Utah, on the Navajo Nation.
Neighbors on call to help care for one another
Neighbors on call to help care for one another
Community health programs are thriving in Haiti, Montana and the Navajo Nation.
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Survey work begins for the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project on the Navajo Nation.
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Pipes are laid for the Navajo-Gallup Water Supply Project on the Navajo Nation.
Eric Hartman on Arizona water utility chooses solar over coal
The decision tips the ailing Navajo Generating Station closer to its planned closure.
Arizona water utility chooses solar over coal
Arizona water utility chooses solar over coal
The decision tips the ailing Navajo Generating Station closer to its planned closure.
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Roy Etcitty points out debris on the banks of the San Juan River, which catches water from the Animas, following the Gold King Mine spill. Etcitty was among the farmers and residents of the Navajo Nation whose water was shut off after the spill.
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Navajo miners operate a mucking machine at the Rico Mine in 1953, where pyrite was extracted to use in the manufacture of sulfuric acid for uranium processing.
Drilling Chaco
Drilling Chaco
Conflict in the West constantly remakes itself. This issue looks at new iterations of those fights: A water battle over rural wells in Washington, Cliven Bundy’s victory rally for Freedom and Property, and the struggle of Navajo Nation residents to prevent more oil and gas exploration in historically important lands.
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Kendra Pinto, a young Navajo activist, overlooks the Bureau of Land Management lands behind her home in Twin Pines, New Mexico. Pinto wants to make companies and the BLM accountable for damage being done in the small communities of the Greater Chaco area.
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Citizen watchdog Daniel Tso, a former Navajo Nation tribal council delegate, reviews a map of Bureau of Land Management lands in Greater Chaco outside Torreon Chapter House.
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Kendra Pinto, a young Navajo activist, perches on a ledge high above the New Mexico landscape where she roamed freely as a child, near Twin Pines. In the distance, a well site emits a flare that can be seen and heard from miles away.
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