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To’hajiilee gets water, but at what price? 

To’hajiilee gets water, but at what price? 
On Nov. 19,  the Navajo Nation, Western Albuquerque Land Holdings (WAHL) and Albuquerque Bernalillo County Water Utility announced an agreement on a pipeline easement to allow the Village of To’hajiilee to access desperately needed water.  ... Read More

Protecting the Checkerboard

Protecting the Checkerboard
The area in and around Counselor, NM is made up of a “checkerboard” of various jurisdictions; federal, state, tribal, private, and allotment. The people most impacted by decisions – the Navajo Nation – generally are excluded from the decision-making process ... Read More

Pivotal Moments of the Development of the Voting Rights Act

Pivotal Moments of the Development of the Voting Rights Act
Why are voting rights not just a lawful right, but a privilege? Why is your right to exercise your vote and make your voice heard vital? ... Read More

My rise to action for Black Lives Matters

My rise to action for Black Lives Matters
The pandemic has shed so much light on America for many, and it illuminates how there is no liberty and justice for all, as the Constitution states. I am purposely here now to fight for what is right because black ... Read More