Navajo Child Sings The National Anthem In Navajo Language
Autumn Dizhon Clah, 2, from Lukachukai, Ariz., sings the national anthem in Navajo Language with her mother Roxyanne Harvey by her side.
The Navajo Nation Fair was established in 1938 to stimulate livestock improvements and management through exhibits for the Navajo people.
The Navajo Nation Fair has become a world-renowned event that showcases Navajo Agriculture, Fine Arts and Crafts, with the promotion and preservation of the Navajo heritage by providing cultural entertainment.
The Navajo Nation Fair is the largest American Indian Fair and Rodeo within the Southwest United States, with a daily average attendance of 15,000 visitors.
The Navajo Nation Fair starts each year after the Labor Day weekend and ending on the following Sunday. The Navajo Nation Fair consists of 25 coordinated events that extend over the seven days.