A Navajo family living on a New Mexico reservation benefited from the sales.
As we speak, the families caught in the middle of this mess face daily harassment and threats. When their livestock was taken
Until very recently, the Bisti and De-Na-Zin Wilderness areas of northwest New Mexico were a locals' secret. They were miles from anywhere, and you were more likely to see cow than a person when hiking around the 45,000 acres of dramatic and desolate desert.
There are 15,000 abandoned Uranium mines in 14 states in this country. In New Mexico and Arizona, during the 1940s, the government started mining for uranium on the Navajo reservation.
The "water lady" is a local hero in this area of the Navajo Nation.
American families without clean water live lives totally different from our own. They often wake up and collect water from a source outside their home, fetching it in buckets and boiling it on the stove.
A Navajo teen now has what might be the most kick-ass profile picture on Facebook.
How the Best Traditions Help Adolescents Lead Healthier Lives -- And How They Can Alter Adults' Stereotypical Views of Them
it is my experience, in the hundreds of dialogues I've held with adolescents, that no one is more open and honest and piercing than than they are when it comes to investigating questions such as: Who am I? Who can I become? What do I want to be when I grow up? It behooves the rest of us, at every age and stage, to hold inquiries on such questions with them, so we can be privy to their keen insights.