21st DINÉ STUDIES CONFERENCE

Thank you to everyone for making our conference a success. If you missed our conference, come check out our video library from the 21st Conference!

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Youth and Community workshops

DSCI was awarded a First Nation's Development Institute Grant to provide youth and community workshops and to develop a documentary about the experiences of youth in Kayenta, Arizona, as an extension of our Symposium. 

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To learn about our organization vision, mission statement, strategic planning priorities, priority areas, By-Laws, non-profit status legal notice, and current Board of Directors of the Diné Studies Conference, Inc., formerly the Navajo Studies Conference, Inc., please click the link below.  

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become a member

You are welcome to become a member of Diné Studies Conference, Inc.. We encourage you to become a member at our next conference or symposium. You will join an established group of scholars and educators who are dedicated to strengthening our Navajo way of life.

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dSCI Newsletter Fall 2014