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Geopolitics of the Navajo-Hopi “Land Dispute” zine

geopolitics-cover-webGeopolitics of the Navajo-Hopi ‘Land Dispute’ by John Redhouse.
Original publication 1985, Reprinted by IndigenousAction.org with permission.

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Related info on resource colonialism in Diné Bikéyah here: www.indigenousaction.org/nnact




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[…] The Hopi Tribe has a reservation that lies within the larger Navajo reservation, and the raids took place in the so-called “Hopi Partitioned Lands” on Black Mesa, from which many Navajo families have been forcibly relocated over the past generation. This was formerly part of a “Joint Use Area” established to be shared among Hopi and Navajo under the 1882 treaty creating the Hopi reservation. The relocation was mandated by the 1974 Navajo and Hopi Settlement Act, passed by Congress to resolve a “Hopi-Navajo land dispute” that many on the two adjacent reservations saw as contrived by mineral interests. […]

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