Journalism, COVID-19, and the Navajo Nation

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Journalism, COVID-19, and the Navajo Nation
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Apr 22, 2021
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The Navajo Nation, which sprawls across close to eighteen million acres, has been hit hard by the pandemic. Watch as the New Yorker follows the work of local journalists covering the crisis. Spend twenty minutes to learn how one newspaper is covering the crisis in the most under-connected part of the United States.

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