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" It's not easy for many to see how we can gain anything from this devastation, however it is important for us to look & embrace what we can."
NEWS & HOME PAGE Summer 2020
WHISPER N THUNDER Summer Issue 2020 - Dedicated to the care and hope for Mother Earth - for a better tomorrow. We hope that you are safe, that you are healthy during these difficult times. Native Americans / First Nations peoples have been the keepers of Mother Earth since the beginning of time. Their wisdom should be trusted. This issue as always contains some of their wise offerings. As you can imagine, many articles center on the pandemic this issue.
Welcome to our Anniversary Year! We began our 11th year in 2020 !
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07.01.2020 I loved the articles in this quarter's E news, but I was largely impacted by Crystal James' piece. She writes about the pain of losing her job but the freedom it has given her to discover a new depth to herself and her soul. Thank you, Crystal! ~ KSB
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Congrats to our 2019 WINDS Scholars
Meucci Ilunga Navajo University of Arizona
Senior Biochemistry & Mathematics
Virlencia T. Begay Navajo Dine College
Junior School of Business & Social Services
Bailey Makai Pete Navajo Arizona State University
Incoming Freshman Art Education