In the “THAT won’t happen” department: US should return stolen land to Indian tribes, says United Nations.
OK, so what does the US do? It needs to address some basic inequity. This is embarrassing, and uncivilized:
It’s easy to miss this corner of the Navajo Nation, just 100 miles west of Albuquerque. Most things pass the Reservation right by, including progress.
Many of the roads here are unpaved. Electricity is spotty. Unemployment in the area hovers near 70 percent.
But perhaps most shocking of all? An estimated 40 percent of the people who live here don’t have access to running water.