Navajo-Hopi Nations,Flagstaff & Winslow News
Sun, Feb. 28
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Many places on the Hopi and Navajo Nation lack access to running water. Red Feather Development Group is distributing sanitary washing stations to Native communties on both reservations. Above: Warning signs at the entry to Oraibi Village Below: Red Feather Senior Program Coordinator Shannon Maho instructs Oraibi Village Board member Derek Davis on the use of the washing units with support of volunteer M. Miles. (Photo/Red Feather Development Group)

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