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Investigating Missing and Murdered Cases in The Navajo Nation

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5.27.2022 – Correspondent Antonia Gonzales sits down with the FBI’s top agent in New Mexico and a Navajo criminal investigator to find out if a new Navajo language initiative is working, and to understand some of the other obstacles when it comes to investigating crimes on tribal lands.  Correspondent: Antonia Gonzales Guests:Raul Bujanda, FBI, special…

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Upending the West’s Water Narratives

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5.20.2022 – Andrew Curley is a professor at the University of Arizona’s School of Geography, Development & Environment. His research focuses on the “everyday incorporation of Indigenous nations into colonial economies” including fossil fuel development in the U.S. Southwest and creation of the Central Arizona Project off the Colorado River. In conversation with correspondent Laura…

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