Navajo Nation Sovereignty Day, celebrated on April 22nd, honors the establishment of the Navajo Nation government and commemorates the tribe's sovereignty and self-governance. It is a day of reflection, celebration, and recognition of the Navajo people's inherent right to govern themselves and make decisions that affect their community, culture, and future. The day often includes traditional ceremonies, cultural events, and educational activities that highlight the significance of tribal sovereignty and the ongoing efforts to preserve and strengthen the Navajo Nation's unique identity and autonomy.

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