Diné Bí Ná’álkid Time – New Navajo-English Educational Show To Help Teach Language

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If the GoFundMe campaign is successful, this new educational children’s show could help save the Diné language. Diné Bí Ná’ákid Time is the brainchild of educators Dr. Shawna L. Begay and Charmaine Jackson. “I never learned my Navajo language and I was never inspired to learn it. As I got….

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3 Indigenous Fathers Keeping Their Culture Alive

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There’s a wonderful article in the Saskatoon StarPhoenix that highlights the lives of three Indigenous dads who are making sure their children will be passing on traditions and cultural teachings to the next generation. TJ Warren (Diné): “I want my daughters to continue on the compassion that we have as….

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Preserving Diné bizaad with a Coloring Book!

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New Mexico-based artist, Vanessa Bowen, has released a coloring book with the intention of preserving Diné bizaad (the Navajo language). HÓZHÓ: A Diné Coloring Book consists of 24 pages which feature high-resolution illustrations with selected Navajo words. The Plus edition of the coloring book comes with a link to access….

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Regalia Tutorial: Bandolier Bag with Jared Thomas

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He might be an ironworker by day, but boy can this guy sew a mean outfit! Meet Jared Thomas, from the Bitter Water clan from the Dinè Nation. He’s been sharing some great regalia tutorials on his Facebook page and folks have been getting a lot of great tips from….

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