1704 N. 2nd St. Occupied Lands, Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Project Coodinator

Klee Benally (Dine’) currently lives in Flagstaff, Arizona, he has been a media activist for more than 10 years, producing short documentaries and offering strategic consultations and planning for Indigenous media campaigns.
He currently is project coordinator of Indigenous Action Media (www.indigenousaction.org) and volunteers with Protect the Peaks efforts and Taala Hooghan Infoshop.
In 2004, Klee helped start Outta Your Backpack Media (www.oybm.org), an Indigenous youth empowerment project that focuses on media literacy and media justice for Indigenous communities.
He has also been an entertainer with Native American Music Award winning rock group Blackfire (www.blackfire.net) & the internationally acclaimed traditional dance group, The Jones Benally Family , with which he has performed Dine’ traditional dances all of his life.
Klee directed and edited “The Snowbowl Effect”, a feature documentary which has been screened both nationally and internationally and is currently used in teaching curriculum at Northern Arizona University.

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[…] d’un Parc National. Vous pouvez voir une vidéo de cette action, avec une déclaration de Klee Benally, dans la vidéo […]

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[…] de décourager de nouvelles protestations pour protéger les Pics Sacrés San Francisco. » dit Klee Benally, un activiste Diné (Navajo). Benally a lutté pour la liberté religieuse des Autochtones et la […]

looking at alliance building methodologies to stop logging development in the Okanagan Valley, British Columbia. Any historical information would be invaluable.


7/14/20 - We are shutting down our shop for now (hopefully not too long!) as we have shifted our organizing to focus full time on mutual aid through Kinłani Mutual Aid during this pandemic.
We intend on honoring all orders made recently and those that are seriously overdue. We sincerely apologize for our lack of response to some of your inquiries regarding the status of your orders. If you would rather have a refund please email us with the order number and subject "requesting refund." We hand print all shirts and organize orders at Táala Hooghan Infoshop where Kinłani Mutual Aid is now operating out of. We have limited space to manage printing right now (though that may change in the next few weeks).
Again, we sincerely apologize for this issue and will be sending all outstanding orders ASAP.
Ahe' hee',
The Indigenous Action Team