Hannah John is a freelance reporter for Source New Mexico based in Gallup. She is Diné and a citizen of the Navajo Nation. She is Bit’ah’nii (Within His Cover) and born for Honágháahnii (One Who Walks Around). Her maternal grandfather is Tábaahí (Water Edge) and paternal grandfather is Tódich’ii’nii (Bitter Water). She is a graduate from the University of New Mexico. Her bylines have been featured by the Navajo Times and Rio Grande SUN.
WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. – Evolution is happening within the Navajo Nation government. Historically, many leadership positions, including Speaker of the Navajo Nation Council have been held by men. Crystalyne Curley is changing that path. On Monday, the Navajo Nation 25th Council voted to make Curley the first woman to hold the speaker position in the […]