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Eye on New Mexico: Keeping the Navajo language alive

Colton Shone
December 17, 2017 08:48 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – Navajo code talkers played an oft understated part in World War II, and decades later some of the most important code talkers are beginning to pass away, including Teddy Draper Sr. just last week in Arizona. 

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For this week's episode of Eye on New Mexico, KOB's Colton Shone discusses the Navajo culture and the recently-invigorated push to keep it alive, with the very people who have sparked it.

Watch the above video for more.

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