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Join us on this on this episode with our guest Mr. Justin Ahasteen, Executive Director for Navajo Nation, as we explore the journey of the Navajo people, from their ancient language to their modern-day resilience.

From discussing the significance of sovereignty and the Navajo language to delving into the practices of community, harmony, and respect, we uncover the values and traditions that have shaped Navajo culture and community. Discover how the Navajo Code Talkers played a pivotal role in World War II, learn about the importance of preserving language and heritage, and explore the interconnectedness of all living beings according to Navajo beliefs. Get ready to be inspired by the strength, wisdom, and vibrant culture of the Navajo Nation!

Please stay tuned for part two, as Mr. Justin Ahasteen returns to share more about Navajo Nation’s culture.

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