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Following the Native American Women’s Footprints

Collage of Flowers Flowing Like Hair off a Silhouette of a Woman’s Head with Text that Reads Celebrating Women's History Month

March is Women’s History Month, a time for Native American people to reflect upon the mother, sister, and daughter ancestors who left behind dreams, traditions, and footprints for us to follow. While we honor the past and celebrate our culture, we also recognize new trails being blazed by Indigenous women. The following list highlights both remarkable Navajo women who have made, and are still making, history in their respective fields.

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