The Water Lady is a Savior Among the Navajo
On Parched Navajo Reservation, 'Water Lady' Brings Liquid Gold
For Many on the Navajo Reservation, Water Delivery Comes Monthly
Non-Profit Seeks to Provide Clean Water, Sturdy Blankets to Diné this Winter
3 Environmental Injustices Happening Now
Navajo Community to get Water Needs Met
Getting Clean Water is No Problem in the United States, Right?
Water Poverty is a Crisis here in the United States
Looking for Water on the Rez
Non-Profit Group helps 250 homes on the Eastern Rez find water, hopes to expand operation.
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These US Families Live without Running Water [Video]
When most people think of dirty water, they think of places like rural Africa. But water poverty affects hundreds-of-thousands of Americans too. Nearly 40% of Navajo Indians don't have a tap or a toilet at home.
Water is Life - Jay Tavare
To say water is life sounds cliche somehow, but water is one of those things that you miss real quick when you don't have it. With a planet and a human body that is 70 percent water, it becomes more apparent how vital this transparent liquid we depend on really is. Yet most people, especially in America, have no respect for this life-sustaining natural resource.
These American Families Live without Running Water [Video]
When most people think of dirty water, they think of places like rural Africa. But water poverty affects hundreds-of-thousands of Americans too. One shocking example? Nearly 40 percent of the 173,000 Navajo in the U.S. don't have a tap or a toilet at home. (For non-Native Americans, that number is just .6 percent).