Page, AZ – As part of KNAU's Edge of the Rez series, we hear from Lola Riggs, a health care manager in Page. She and her husband grew up on the Navajo Nation, but they're raising their children off the reservation. They don't know the Navajo language, and she says they're disconnect from their heritage.
Flagstaff, AZ – For our series Edge of the Rez, KNAU's Daniel Kraker leads us through the history of protest surrounding development on the San Francisco. It's arguably been the most contentious bordertown issue in the past decade.
Flagstaff, AZ – As part of KNAU's Edge of the Rez series, Jack Doggett describes the challenges of doing business on the Navajo Nation. Doggett just helped complete a deal five years in the making to bring better cell coverage to the reservation.
Shonto, AZ – At the university level, chances of graduating are the lowest among Native Americans. The cultureal shift is often difficult and the understanding from professors is crucial. As part of KNAU's series Edge of the Rez, this story profiles the Cooleys: a traditional Navajo family whose five children have left the reservation for school.
Flagstaff, AZ – For our Edge of the Rez Revisited series, we profile Joe, Janice and Jonathan Day - a bi-cultural Indian trading family. Their story raises issues of stereotypes, assimilation and navigating two worlds.