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Former Navajo president receives lifetime achievement award

Former Navajo chairman and president, Peterson Zah, center, receives a lifetime achievement award Jan. 11 at Twin Arrows Casino, located east of Flagstaff, Arizona. The environmental group, the Grand Canyon Trust, recognized Zah's role in promoting Navajo language and culture, inspiring youth, strengthening tribal sovereignty and protecting the land. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

Former Navajo chairman and president, Peterson Zah, center, receives a lifetime achievement award Jan. 11 at Twin Arrows Casino, located east of Flagstaff, Arizona. The environmental group, the Grand Canyon Trust, recognized Zah's role in promoting Navajo language and culture, inspiring youth, strengthening tribal sovereignty and protecting the land. (AP Photo/Felicia Fonseca)

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