Navajo Nation

national lands

Navajo Nation is suing Trump for stealing its land

Alex Lubben
12.5.17
LGBTQ

Photos of Queer Life on a Sprawling Native American Reservation

The Navajo Nation—the biggest reservation in the US—can get lonely, especially if you identify as LGBTQ. But advocates and members of the community hope that change is coming.
Jeremy Meek
11.14.17
The Rundown

Meat Factory Dead Zones Are Wiping out Sea Life in the Gulf of Mexico

Your daily guide to what’s working, what’s not and what you can do about it.
Impact Staff
8.2.17
Impact Water

The Navajo Nation Can't Go It Alone in Their Struggle for Clean Water

Activists felt the defeat in Trump’s allowance of the Dakota Access pipeline, but there’s another fight to be won in the American southwest.
Madeline Moitozo
6.5.17
environment

Waiting for Running Water (Excerpt from 'Contamination Nation')

In this excerpt, VICE News reporter Neha Shastry spends time with Ben Lewis, a former uranium miner who has been living without running water in his home on the reservation.
VICE News
12.23.15
on the line

On The Line: Neha Shastry Discusses the Navajo Nation’s Contaminated Water

VICE News correspondent Neha Shastry joined 'On The Line' to answer your questions on the Navajo Nation’s contaminated water crisis.
VICE News
12.11.15
environment

Darlene's Water Delivery Service (Extra Scene from 'Contamination Nation')

VICE News correspondent Neha Shastry joins Darlene Arviso — known locally as “The Water Lady” — on her daily rounds as she delivers clean water to her local Navajo community.
VICE News
12.11.15
Short Form Docs

Living Without Water: Contamination Nation

There are tens of thousands of Americans living without clean, running water on the Navajo Nation today.
VICE News
11.24.15
environment

Living Without Water: Contamination Nation (Trailer)

There are tens of thousands of Americans living without clean, running water on the Navajo Nation today.
VICE News
11.20.15
environment

Colorado Mine Blowout That Turned Rivers Yellow Was 'Likely Inevitable'

Three million gallons of acidic water contaminated with heavy metals leaked into rivers after a breach at the abandoned Gold King Mine.
Matt Smith
8.26.15
environment

In Photos: Living Without Access to Clean Water on the Navajo Nation

More than 10,000 people on the largest Native American reservation in the United States live without regular access to clean drinking water.
VICE News
8.24.15
Coal

An Uncertain Future for the Navajo (Excerpt from 'Cursed by Coal')

In this excerpt, VICE News correspondent Neha Shastry speaks with Joe Allen, a lifelong resident of the Navajo Nation, who is worried about living near one of the largest and dirtiest coal fired power plants in the country.
VICE News
3.25.15
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