|The banner 'National Sacrifice Zone' outside the Navajo Nation Council on Monday, as Council began its spring session.|
|Dine' from Black Mesa outside the Navajo Nation Council on Monday, in solidarity with Dine' opposing new helium mining, planned by the Council, on sacred Beautiful Mountain at Sanostee. -- Censored News.|
|Dine' outside the council chambers on Monday included Dine' hemp farmers who said their voices are not being heard. Dine' hemp farmers said their story, of what they went through after a Navajo police raid, is not being heard.|
Norrell has a master's degree in international health, focused on water, nutrition and infectious diseases. Since 2006, she has been blacklisted by the media as a news reporter.
Navajo Times journalist Rima Krisst reports -- "With $1.07 billion in American Rescue Plan Act funds idle because the Navajo Nation Council and president’s office are divided over how to spend it, members of the Dzil Yijiin Regional Council marched on the first day of spring session Monday to express concern. Marcus Tulley, president of the regional council, said the protest was to demand Navajo Nation leaders to 'do their job' and approve ARPA spending."