Navajo Farmers & Other Speaking Out on FBI & Navajo Police Alleged Abuse, 11 am – 1 pm, 3.30.21

PRESS RELEASE – INVITATION: Come & Sit Down with Navajo Farmers/Others on March 30, 2021, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Hear their Voices Regarding FBI & Navajo Nation Police Raids on Nov. 9 & 10, 2020 SHIPROCK, N.M. – “FBI raid of Navajo Nation destroys 250,000 illegal cannabis plants posed as hemp” was the news […]

Navajo police report on MMDR, MMIW. 10 am, 3.8.21

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans! The Navajo Council Law & Order Committee is working on Gathering Data of Missing & Murdered Dine’ Relatives and so the LOC asked Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety Director Jessie Delmar for a Report. I have been listening to MMDR/MMIW Reports from Navajo Council Delegate Amber Kanazbah Crotty, who has been an […]

Navajo Council advocates for uranium compensation, 1.12.21

January 12, 2021PRESS RELEASE – Continuation of uranium and Radiation Exposure Compensation Act advocacy sought by Navajo Nation Council after line item vetoesWINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Critical funding for Radiation Exposure Compensation Act (RECA) lobbying efforts facilitated by the Office of the Speaker on behalf of the Navajo Nation Council and members of the Navajo […]

Sanitize 110 Navajo Nation chapters before reopening; do not reopen Chilchinbeto, 6.4.20

PRESS RELEASE – Naabik’íyáti’ Committee receives Division of Community Development CARES Act report at work session WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Members of the 24th Navajo Nation Council met via teleconference June 4 for the eighth Naabik’íyáti’ Committee work session discussing a possible Navajo Nation CARES Fund Act expenditure plan. Navajo Nation Division of Community Development (DCD) Executive […]

COVID-19 has killed 102 of our relatives & 3,204 of our relatives have COVID-19 5.11.20

Navajo Nation COVID-19 Cases18,055 – Total Tests Administered13,576 – Total Negative Tests COVID-19 Cases: 3,204Average Age: 44Male: 1,503Female: 1,701 Confirmed Deaths: 102Average Age: 65Male: 61Female: 41 Navajo Nation Cases by CountyMcKinley County (New Mexico): 865Apache County (Arizona): 825Navajo County (Arizona): 665San Juan County (New Mexico): 374Coconino County (Arizona): 331San Juan County (Utah): 53Cibola County (New […]

69 Dine’ have tested positive for COVID-19, 3.25.20

PRESS RELEASE – New cases of COVID-19 increases by 20 among Navajo people WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — On Wednesday evening, Navajo Nation President Jonathan Nez and Vice President Myron Lizer were informed by the Navajo Department of Health and Navajo Area IHS that the number of positive tests for COVID-19 has reached a total of […]

Delegate Kenneth Maryboy: Ignore pressure from public & media

The Navajo Council’s Naabik’iyati Committee is debating Legislation 0011-14, which is for the Council to appoint a new speaker when the Council removes Delegate Johnny Naize as speaker. Delegate Alton Shepherd, who sponsored the legislation for Council to remove Naize as speaker is also sponsoring this legislation for Council to name new speaker. During his […]

Copies of criminal charges against Navajo Council Speaker Naize

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, I have received numerous and I do mean numerous requests for copies of the 11 criminal charges against Speaker Naize. The latest request was yesterday, Tuesday, after Oak Springs, Ariz., Chapter members believed that one of Speaker Naize’s political appointees would be presenting a resolution to support Speaker Naize and oppose the Council’s […]

“Death Map” of where community pple died from former uranium mining/milling

Here at International Film Festival at Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Ariz. Tomorrow is last day of festival, which is being live streamed at: PETCCHE GILBERT, ACOMA, MULTICULTURAL ALLIANCE FOR SAFE ENVIRONMENT The cleanup of uranium mining/milling/waste is a political issue because cities want the uranium for to meet economic needs. And so […]

Dine CARE opposing $4.1 m. for NTEC

Representatives of DINE’ CARE (Citizens Against Ruining the Environment) speak with Navajo Council Delegate Leonard Tsosie about their concerns regarding the Council’s pending approval of a $4.1 million grant from the tribal Undesignated Unreserves Fund, which is a fund initially created by the Council to fund the tribal government for six months in the event […]