Press Release: Navajo author to present a seldom heard Perspective on Hwéeldi (The Long Walk)

WINDOW ROCK, AZ - On Wednesday, May 31, the Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Arizona will host the first lecture in a series commemorating the 1868 Treaty between the Diné (Navajo) people and the United States. The event begins at 10:30 am and features Mark Charles, internationally renowned Navajo presenter who will speak on a seldom heard policy and the contributors that made Hwéeldi, the Navajo Long Walk possible.

Purchase a signed copy of Unsettling Truths:

In July and August Mark Charles will be traveling 7,000 across the country and back as he conducts his self funded 2022 Book Tour for “Unsettling Truths - The Ongoing, Dehumanizing Legacy of the Doctrine of Discovery”, the book he co-authored with Soong-Chan Rah. This cross country tour will include events in Buffalo NY, Detroit and Grand Rapids MI, Chicago IL, Minneapolis MN, Orange City IA, Denver CO, Albuquerque NM and various locations in Arizona and California. Signed copies of Unsettling Truths can also be purchased here.

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