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’Ádóone’é nishłígíí ’éí Tséníjíkiní nishłį. Táchii’nii’éí bá shíchíín. Naakai Dine’é ’éí dashicheii nááná Tł‘ízíłání’éí dashinálí.

The clan I belong to is Cliff Dwellers. Red-Running-into-the-Water is the clan I am born for. My maternal grandfather is Spanish Speaking clan, and my paternal grandfather is Many Goats clan.

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The Water Access Coordination Group (WACG) work, led by the Navajo Nation and the Indian Health Service, is a significant undertaking to assess water wells and water stations at each Navajo Chapter community. The WACG's mission is to provide transitional water sites across the Navajo Nation to assist off-grid Navajo families with water needs for hand washing and quality drinking water.

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Students from Ambos Nogales (Nogales, AZ, and Nogales, Sonora), launched their highly anticipated “Rescue Bar” on October 17th via Instagram live. The Rescue Bar is a soap bar made of tomatoes and other all-natural ingredients. This was all created by students’ border startup, NOGECO, a startup originally developed through WASTE NOT: Borderlands Innovations in Food Waste Management, a project funded by the Agnese Nelms Haury Program.