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COVID-19 on the Navajo Nation: Grief in a Pandemic

Photo by Shayden Joe.
Located in the Southwestern U.S., the Navajo Nation is home to over 300,000 people. The Nation is roughly the size of West Virginia but with limited access to resources that high functional state government would have. In the battle against the Coronavirus, the Navajo Nation is facing it’s biggest challenge yet.

This episode is part of a series focusing on the Navajo Nation during the pandemic.

Episode Produced, Recorded, and Edited by Shayden Joe.

About Author

Shayden Joe is a Native American student journalist from Ganado, Arizona, and currently resides in Phoenix. He joined the Mesa Legend in January 2020 as the Opinions Editor. He has been writing articles for the past year and creatively since teenhood.

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