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Indigenous Women Are Creating New Conversations at Yale Architecture School

Charelle Brown, Anjelica Gallegos, and Summer Sutton on the Yale campus.Photo: Michael A. Hernandez Current students are reframing architecture’s mission and launching a thoughtful exhibition on Native Americans’ influence By Audrey Gray July 22, 2019 Rising Yale senior Charelle Brown grew up in public housing on the Kewa Pueblo near Santa Fe, New Mexico. She Continue Reading

PacifiCorp and tribes applaud selection, site access agreement with construction firm Kiewit

Firm tapped to remove four Klamath River dams; Yurok and Karuk Tribes have viewed dam removal and the Klamath Hydroelectric Settlement Agreement as a means to resolve long-standing environmental justice issues in the Klamath River Basin PacifiCorp has entered into a site access agreement with Kiewit Infrastructure West Co. to allow the firm to conduct Continue Reading

Navajo Nation Commends Introduction of Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Act

WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – The Navajo Nation Council commends U.S. Senators Mitt Romney (R-UT), Martha McSally (R-AZ), and Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) for introducing the Navajo Utah Water Rights Settlement Act Thursday. The act will resolve the Navajo Nation’s federally reserved water rights claims within the State of Utah with a negotiated settlement. “On behalf of Continue Reading