How can I learn more about the Navajo people?

There are many resources that can help you learn more about the Navajo and their unique system of government as well as the history of this fascinating group of people. One of the best resources is the modern Navajo Museum located within the Navajo Nation. The stated goal of this organization is to preserve the unique culture of the Navajo tribe ( ) and to interpret its rich symbolism in the form of stories, songs and artifacts. On display in this museum is a wide range of Navajo items, including a complete hogan that has been built to encompass a cultural learning center.
The Navajo Museum also includes a book and gift shop, an auditorium that hosts regular performances, an outdoor amphitheater for reenactments, an information desk and library and even a snack bar. The center is located at Window Rock, Arizona. The Navajo Nation Administration Center is also a good place to visit and features a graceful redstone arch as well as the Navajo Nation headquarters and government offices. Read more here

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About Shawn Redd:

Shawn Redd is a tribal liaison professional with over 20 years of experience. He works diligently to provide economic prosperity to the under-served Navajo nation as a part of the Redd/Lichee Corporation. He's worked in the family business since graduating high school, and is now the President.

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