The Following is From the website of Navajo Radmilla Cody: GRAMMY Nominee, multiple Native American Award Nominee, Indie Award Winner, NPR’s 50 Great Voices:
“Ethel Branch For Navajo Nation President!”
“Looking forward to having our first Diné Asdzáán Navajo Nation President from Harvard University and was the former Attorney General for the Navajo Nation. Shideezhí is more than qualified to lead our Diné Nation as she has shown us what can be done at the grassroots level when she raised 12 million dollars for the Navajo & Hopi Families COVID-19 Relief Fund which provided mutual aid for families on Dinétah at the beginning of the pandemic. Time to smash patriarchy and bring back the matriarchy to its original place of governance!” Radmilla Cody, July 2022
#RestoreBalance #BeTheChange #YéegoEthelBranch
ALSO From Radmilla Cody:
“Ya’at’eeh Abini! We have some new digital items for you! You can download an image and make it your profile picture to show Ethel support! Also share this post so others can do the same. Let our community know we are not afraid of change!”
Vote Ethel Branch for Navajo Nation! #Navajo #Ethelbranch2022 #Restorebeauty #EthelBranch #RestoreBalance #NavajoNation #EthelBranch2022 #diné
Image 1: Text says: “I voted for Ethel Branch” – features Ethel facing forward smiling from the shoulders up.
Image 2: Text says: “Yéego Ethel” – Features Ethel in a teal shirt and floral scarf facing forward and smiling. The image of her is from the waist up.
Image 3: Text says: “Ethel Nihił nilį́” (English translation – Ethel is with us) – Features Ethel in a teal shirt and floral scarf facing forward and smiling. The image of her is from the waist up.
Image 4: Text says “I stand with Ethel” – Image shows Ethel facing the left with her hair pulled back dressed traditional.
Image 5: Text says ” Ethel bá a’díí’ał” (Englsih translation Vote for Ethel) – features Ethel facing forward smiling from the shoulders up.
Image 6: Text says: Ethel Bił Sézį́” – Image shows Ethel facing the left with her hair pulled back dressed traditional.
“Yéego Ethel Branch for Navajo Nation President!”
For more information, to make a donation or purchase t-shirts visit www.ethelbranch.org.