NAJA FOUNDERS LUNCHEON

Rhonda LeValdo, the outgoing president of NAJA, addresses the attendees at the luncheon after presenting Mike Burgess of the Talking Leaf, far left, a certificate of appreciation and inducting Anita Fineday, of the NARF Legal Review, and Loren Tapahe, NAJA’s first vice president, into the NAJA Hall of Fame. PHOTOGRAPH BY MIKE HUBERMAN/PROJECT PHOENIX

ART AWAKENINGS

PSA Art Awakenings is a non-profit organization that offers therapy through creative expression for adults and children who suffer from mental illness or substance abuse. Read the story. MARCUS STEPHENS/PROJECT PHOENIX

REFLECTING ON DARK TIMES

An exhibit at the Heard Museum protrays an era when boarding schools forced Native children to wear modern clothing, taking away everything that was traditionally a part of the Indian identity. PHOTOGRAPH BY ERIN TAPAHE/PROJECT PHOENIX

YOUNG EAGLE DANCERS WELCOME NAJA

Young Eagle Dancers and their father dazzled the crowd with their dance and song during the opening ceremony. PHOTOGRAPH BY AUTUM MANUEL/PROJECT PHOENIX

OPENING CEREMONY

Tom Arviso, the publisher and corporate executive officer of Navajo Times, Inc., gave a lively keynote address at the opening gala at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Ariz. SEE FULL STORY. PHOTOGRAPH BY AUTUM MANUEL/PROJECT PHOENIX

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