University of NM housing for Dine’ Students on Navajo Council Health, Education & Human Services Committee agenda, 10 am, 7.27.21

Greetings Relatives/Frens/Humans, the Navajo Council’s Health, Education & Human Services Committee is FINALLY addressing our Unsheltered Dine’ Students attending the University of NM in Albuquerque, after prez nez & vice prez lizer decided NOT TO RENEW & RE-FUND the UNM Rainforest Dorm, which was for Dine’ undergraduate & graduate students. Nez&lizer made a HUGE PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT about signing the Rainforest Dorm Agreement But nez&lizer were SILENT in ANNOUNCING their Decision to EVICT Dine’ Students.

According to the HEHS Proposed Agenda, the UPDATE on the University of New Mexico Rainforest Student Housing will be Presented by Alexandra Kinsella, Attorney, Navajo Dept Of Justice, and Rose Graham, Director, Navajo Nation Scholarship Office director. I wonder if NDOJ, which is headed by Attorney General Doreen McPaul, who serves at the Pleasure of nez&lizer, will PAINT a Warped picture of our Dine’ students as their JUSTIFICATION for not Renewing the Rainforest Agreement with UNM. Well…if nez&lizer bring that up, via McPaul’s politically appointed lawyer, Alexandra Kinsella, then McPaul/Kinsella/nez/lizer must RECALL when Jonathan Nez was the Vice President for then President Russell Begaye and TOTALLY FAILED to INFORM THE DINE’/PUBLIC that Begaye’s daughter had TOTALLED a navajo govt SUV near Flagstaff, Ariz., until an Arizona Newspaper published a news story about the CRASH. Jonathan Nez FINALLY TALKED when it POLITICALLY BENEFITED HIM, which was when he decided to become a NAVAJO GOVT PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE…SMH

And prez nez HAD NOT ANSWERED my question FOR MONTHS about whether former Navajo Nation Nation Health Command Operations Center Director DAVE NEZ is his BROTHER. I am asking that question because it is a VIOLATION of the Navajo Nation ETHICS in Government Law for prez nez to hire his BROTHER. According to Navajo Nation Ethics in Govt Law, this violation DEMANDS IMMEDIATE REMOVAL!!!!

Nez&lizer have also FAILED to SUMBIT a WRITTEN REPORT to the Dine’ about HOW THEY SPENT $8 MILLION in MONETARY DONATIONS earmarked for the Dine’ and not nez&lizer. Nez&lizer directed their Attorney General Doreen McPaul to turn her office into a CALL-IN CENTER FOR MONETARY DONATIONS TO THE NAVAJO NATION/DINE’ at the beginning of the pandemic in 2019.

On 5.18.21, I googled NDOJ and FOUND THE FOLLOWING: The Navajo Nation / Department of Justice, nndoj.org
The Navajo Nation’s Health Command Center is coordinating donations to the Nation through the Nation’s Department of Justice and Office of the Controller. Non-monetary donations are also accepted. For more information or to make a monetary donation see www.navajo.fund or call (928)871-6206 or send an email to general@nndoj.org.

And as soon as the NNDOJ website open, you will read: Official Navajo Nation COVID-19 Relief Fund. The Navajo Nation COVID-19 Fund has been established to help the Navajo Nation respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is the Navajo Nation’s only official COVID-19 fundraising and donation effort. The Navajo Nation is accepting monetary and non-monetary donations to address immediate medical and community needs. The Navajo Nation’s Health Command Center is coordinating donations to the Nation through the Nation’s Department of Justice and Office of the Controller. Non-monetary donations are also accepted. For more information or to make a monetary donation see www.navajo.fund or call (928)871-6206 or send an email to general@nndoj.org.

To donate through Go Fund Me see https://www.gofundme.com/f/official-navajo-nation-covid19-relief-fund. For official information on COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation, please see: https://www.ndoh.navajo-nsn.gov/COVID-19. The Official Navajo Nation government website is: https://www.navajo-nsn.gov

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PROPOSED AGENDA, HEALTH, EDUCATION AND HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE
24th NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING, July 27, 2021, 10 AM

PRESIDING : Honorable Daniel E. Tso, Chairperson
Honorable Carl R. Slater, Vice-Chairperson
PLACE : Via Telecommunications: Call-In Number: 1-669-900-6833 MTG ID: 979-985-0956, Passcode: 86515
Window Rock, Navajo Nation (AZ)


[ ] Paul Begay, Jr. [ ] Charlaine Tso
[ ] Pernell Halona [ ] Daniel E. Tso
[ ] Carl R. Slater [ ] Edison J. Wauneka


  1. CALL MEETING TO ORDER; ROLL CALL; INVOCATION; ANNOUNCEMENTS
  2. RECOGNIZE GUESTS AND VISITING OFFICIALS
  3. REVIEW AND ADOPT AGENDA
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
  4. REVIEW AND ADOPT THE JOURNAL(S): None
  5. RECEIVING REPORT:
    A. Status Update:
    ➢ Navajo Nation Department of Health
    Presenter: Dr. Jill Jim, Executive Director
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
    B. Report / Update:
    ➢ Indian Health Service – Navajo Area
    Presenter: Roselyn Tso, Navajo Area IHS Director
    2
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
    C. Report / Update:
    Department of Dine Education
    ➢ Shonto Preparatory
    ➢ Kin Dah Lichi’ Olta’
    ➢ Reauthorizing Schools for Operation
    Presenter: Mr. Darrick Franklin, Educational Program Manager and Ms. Lavida Maestas, Senior Education Specialist, Office of Dine’ Accountability and Compliance (ODAC), Patricia Gonnie, Acting Superintendent of Schools, DODE
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
    D. Status Update:
    ➢ Status of the Navajo Nation Higher Education Policies Review
    Presenter(s): Alexandra Kinsella, Attorney, NDOJ
    Rose Graham, Director, Navajo Nation Scholarship Office
    Patricia Gonnie, Acting Superintendent of Schools, DODE
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
    E. Status Update:
    ➢ University of New Mexico Rainforest Student Housing
    Presenter(s): Alexandra Kinsella, Attorney, NDOJ
    Rose Graham, Director, Navajo Nation Scholarship Office
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
  6. OLD BUSINESS: None
  7. NEW BUSINESS:
    A. Legislation No. 0121-21: An Action Relating to the Health, Education and Human Services and Naabik’iyati’ Committee; Supporting United States Senate Bill S.4715 Titled “To Grant a Federal Charter to the National American Indian Veterans, Incorporated (Inc.)”
    Sponsor: Delegate Eugene Tso
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
    B. Legislation No. 0124-21: An Action Relating to Health, Education and Human Services and Naabik’iyati’ Committee; Reaffirming Resolutions NABIN-69-18 and NABIMY-27-19, Requesting the United States Congress and the Biden-Harris Administration to Establish Direct Services on the Navajo Nation for Navajo Veterans
    Sponsor: Delegate Kee Allen Begay, Jr.
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
  8. CLOSE OF MEETING; ANNOUNCEMENTS; ADJOURNMENT
    NEXT MEETING(S):
    ➢ Wednesday, July 28, 2021 HEHSC Special Meeting
    o AM – Implementation of Navajo Nation Education Sovereignty – Including implementations of Yazzie-Martinez v. State of New Mexico.
    o PM – HEHSC Work Session regarding Legislation #0095-21
    m: s: v: Not Voting:
    THIS AGENDA SUBJECT TO CHANGE: The public is advised that the Navajo Nation Council Agenda and the Agendas of the Standing Committees are not final until adopted by a majority vote of the Navajo Nation Council or the Standing Committees at a Navajo Nation Council or a Standing Committee meeting pursuant to 2 N.N.C. §§163 and 183, Navajo Nation Council Rule of Order No. 7, and Standing Rule of Order No. 8

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