Why the naturalization of the Navajo people is a big deal

Native Americans from the Navajo Nation have been waiting more than a century for their nation’s declaration of independence.

The Navajo Nation, which includes the Navajo, Ojibwe and Ute tribes, has had its own self-governance since 1868.

Today, the nation has more than 2.3 million people, more than twice as many as the next closest state, New Mexico.

For years, many members of the nation have wanted the country’s official declaration of self-government, but there was never an opportunity to achieve it.

Now, Native Americans in the nation are living in what is the first national declaration of indigenous sovereignty, a move that has been welcomed by Native American leaders, Native American organizations and Native American tribes around the country.

In a ceremony that was attended by hundreds of tribal members and U.S. presidents and Congressmen, the United States of America formally recognized the Navajo nation’s independence from the United Nations and recognized the sovereign authority of the United Nation.

The event was held in Washington, D.C. The ceremony was also attended by President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence.

“It is with great pleasure and great pride that I can confirm that the United State of America officially recognizes the nation of the American Indian as a sovereign nation of nations, and that the Navajo People have been recognized as a nation under the Constitution of the State of New Mexico,” said the U. S. President, President Donald J. Trump.

“I am very proud to be here today to announce this historic recognition.

It is the largest recognition of our nation’s sovereignty to date.”

The Navajo nation is also the only nation in the United Sates to have its own state government, the Navajo Regional Corporation.

The regional corporation, known as the Navajo and Hopi National Indian Authority, was created in 2015 and is made up of nine tribal governments.

It was formed under the Navajo National Monument Act of 1996, which allows Native American nations to create sovereign governments with an independent constitution.

The Native American nation was granted its own charter in 1948 and is considered the oldest independent nation in U. States.

It has had a long history of independence, and its people were the first to live in reservations.

“It is an important day in the history of the Indian nation, as the United states recognizes the people of the land,” said Navajo Nation Chairman Michael Roberson, a former congressman.

“They have always been there and always will be.

They have always held this land and they will continue to hold this land until they die.”

The Navajo Nation also celebrated its 150th anniversary in 2016, with President Donald Trumps daughter, Ivanka Trump, traveling to New Mexico and signing the Navajo Declaration of Independence in New Mexico City.

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The ceremony was held on the Navajo Memorial Bridge, a stone memorial to the Native Americans who died in the Battle of the Little Bighorn in 1859.

President Donald trumps daughter Ivanka Trump visited the site on Wednesday, August 26, 2019.

The plaque on the bridge commemorates the 150th anniversaries of the deaths of Native American men, women and children, who were killed in the Little Big Horn, a war between the Ute and the Hopi that broke out during the Civil War.

Trump also signed an executive memorandum to increase federal funding for Native American research and development.

The executive order signed by Trump was part of an executive action by the Department for Indian Affairs to help Native Americans, especially in remote locations, with education, health care and employment opportunities.

“This is the day that we finally put an end to the years of fear, isolation and trauma that our people have been enduring, and to allow us to finally have the peace, security and prosperity that we deserve,” said Chief Chief Brian Gorman, Navajo Nation Chief.

This is a historic moment in American history, said Navajo National Chairman, Michael Robeson.

“Our people, and our ancestors, deserve the chance to be part of a historic day of our freedom.

And this is a day that recognizes the courage of Native Americans to survive, and the promise that our children and our grandchildren will have of a brighter future.”

“I know that the day has come when our people are finally ready for a new beginning and for a future that we have all been waiting for for so long,” said President Trump.

It is a proud day for all of us, said President Trumps son, Eric Trump.

He is excited about the news of the recognition and proud that his father will be the first U. s president to do this.

“When it comes to honoring the legacy of our ancestors who fought for our freedom, we will never forget this day,” said