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A Dineh woman of the Navajo Nation Band standing by at the Navajo Nation’s 2011 Veterans Day Memorial service in Window Rock, Arizona.
“Shelton” and “Scott” hold a banner showing their opposition on the Navajo-Hopi Little Colorado River Water Rights Settlement Act or SB 2109 at the Council Chambers in Window Rock, AZ on July 5, 2012.
A member of the Tséhootsooí Twin Warrior Society, his wife and grandson wait for students to finish preparing for Window Rock High School’s 2011 Homecoming Fall Parade in Fort Defiance, Arizona. The Tséhootsooí Twin Warrior Society consists of Navajo Veterans whom regularly provides Honor Guards for high profile events in the Fort Defiance and Window Rock area.
미국의 아메리카 원주민 - 나바호 족
A Growing Nation - A Navajo woman gives her everlasting affection to her newborn child at the Tséhootsooí Medical Center in Fort Defiance, Arizona in June 2011. According to the U.S. 2010 national census, There are more than 300,048 enrolled members of the Navajo Nation, compared to the 2000 National Census, which had a total of 168,000 enrolled tribal members of the Navajo Nation.
There were 332,129 people who identified themselves as Navajo according to the U.S. 2010 national census.
Two Navajo women talk to each other during a Gourd Dance in Gallup, New Mexico. During a Gourd Dance, The women participate by dancing in a place behind their male counterparts and outside the perimeter formed by the men.
سرخپوستان ایالات متحده آمریکا
A little Navajo boy displays his love for Dinétah at the 10th annual Navajo-Hopi Honor Run in Window Rock, Arizona.
Jason Brock and other members of OccupyWalkUSA proclaim their solidarity with the Navajo who oppose SB2109 in Fort Defiance chapter’s water settlement forum on April 26th, 2011. After the official conclusion of the public forum, members of the public who felt they were not given a chance to voice their sentiments were granted the microphone.
The Navajo Nation band marches toward the Navajo Capital in Window Rock, AZ during the 2011 Veteran’s Day Holiday.
Нава́хо нава́хи нация навахо дене дине Индейцы навахо индеец
Navajo children waiting for candy during the Sept. 30th 2011 Window Rock Fighting Scouts Homecoming Parade in Ft. Defiance, AZ.
A Navajo Gold Star family receiving the strength and warmth of the ceremonial torch as they remember their lost one during the 9th annual Navajo-Hopi Honor Run’s torch ceremony. The ceremonial torch is from “Carry the Flame Across America,” a non-profit organization that is dedicated to the honor and memory of Veterans.
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