Navajo Nation disapproves use of name for British LGBT project

Navajo Nation disapproves use of name for British LGBT project

The Navajo Nation has become part of yet another LGBT discrimination controversy. Recently several articles have been published in United Kingdom newspapers telling of the Navajo Nation’s disapproval with the use of their tribal name “Navajo” by the health council of North West Lancashire (UK). This council awards businesses with a “Navajo Charter Mark” to show they are LGBT-friendly.

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Article Title: Navajo on the war path over gay rights charter
Source: http://www.telegraph.co.uk, January 8, 2007
By: David Harrison

Article Title: LGBT ‘Navajo’ project angers Natives
Source: http://www.pinknews.co.uk, January 8, 2007
By: Tony Grew

Article Title: U.S. Navajos Protest Use of Their Name for UK Gay Rights Project
Source: http://www.lifesitenews.com, January 8, 2007
By: Meg Jalsevac