Clearing a ditch tears down barriers in border communities

April 2015
Navajo Times;4/2/2015, Vol. 54 Issue 13, pA-2
The article reports that ditches that brings water from the San Juan River to farmers were cleaned as a part of the Civility First campaign by local Navajos and volunteers from at least seven different churches to reduce the term used for border communities.


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