President Nygren said the executive order affirms Navajo rights to self-governance and sets the stage for growth and prosperity for Diné.
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The outreach event educates Navajo citizens in urban areas about programs and assistance available to them.
During her service on the bench, she ruled on numerous Indian law cases that ranged from taxation to treaty rights to religious freedom.
The massive investment also will strengthen and preserve Diné culture and traditions.
“I want to address the recent Navajo Times story titled ‘Turmoil happening: Work environment at president’s office not healthy.'”
Recipients will receive professional development and mentorship to serve the Navajo Nation and promote tribal rights.
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