Navajo singer Radmilla Cody Native American Music Award Winner. NPR's 50 Great Voices. INDIE Award Winner.

Navajo singer Radmilla Cody Native American Music Award Winner. NPR's 50 Great Voices. INDIE Award Winner.

Radmilla A. Cody is a Navajo model, award-winning singer, and anti-domestic violence activist who was the 46th Miss Navajo from 1997 to 1998. She won the 2002 Native American Music Award for Best Female Artist for her album Seed of Life, and has since released three albums--Spirit of a Woman, Precious Friends, and Songs for the People. She is a survivor of domestic violence and frequently speaks out against it.

Radmilla A. Cody is a Navajo model, award-winning singer, and anti-domestic violence activist who was the 46th Miss Navajo from 1997 to 1998. She won the 2002 Native American Music Award for Best Female Artist for her album Seed of Life, and has since released three albums--Spirit of a Woman, Precious Friends, and Songs for the People. She is a survivor of domestic violence and frequently speaks out against it.

Navajo- largest federally recognized tribe in the U.S that live in Southwest U.S.  "Jim Chee's conditioning- traditional Navajo- caused him to put that thought aside" (Hillerman 2)

Navajo- largest federally recognized tribe in the U.S that live in Southwest U.S. "Jim Chee's conditioning- traditional Navajo- caused him to put that thought aside" (Hillerman 2)

In 1958, Emmett P. Haddon took this image of Herman Velarde with one of his daughters at Santa Clara Pueblo. Though well-known, she was still on the cusp of the fame that would carry her name, Pablita Velarde, to worldwide fame. Palace of the Governors Photo Archives 151997.

In 1958, Emmett P. Haddon took this image of Herman Velarde with one of his daughters at Santa Clara Pueblo. Though well-known, she was still on the cusp of the fame that would carry her name, Pablita Velarde, to worldwide fame. Palace of the Governors Photo Archives 151997.

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