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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.

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Miguel Moreno is a candidate for Juris Doctor at the UArizona James E. Rogers College of Law. He focuses on protecting and promoting Indigenous peoples' rights and is currently interested in tribal water law. Miguel is part of the Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program (IPLP) at the UArizona.