Crystal Frazier, a 21-year-old Navajo, lives on the appointment in Table Mesa, New Mexico. A tom-boy and former high school basketball champ, the appeal pageant presents a brand-new set of obstacles for Crystal – along with the duties that come with the crown. Miss Navajo Nation is a fifty-four year old pageant that celebrates standard values and language. Contestants should compete in rounds in which the females need to showcase their abilities as Navajo women, skills they were taught by their moms and grandmothers, skills that are crucial to Navajo every day life – sheep butchering, fry bread making, and rug weaving, are just some of the obstacles. Crystal will compete in the five-day pageant and will be mentored by her mother and siblings, who will be with her every step of the method. Embarking on this journey with her family she finds out more about her culture to get ready for the competition. Through Crystal’s journey leading up to the competitors, previous Miss Navajos from the past half-century will share their memories of the pageant. Each crowned ‘queen’ skilled life on the reservation and also dealt with the difficulties of leadership in the conservation of their society. In sharing their memories of maturing Navajo, each will supply a various viewpoint on what the pageant suggested to them. MISS NAVAJO is a celebration of women and tradition in Dine (Navajo) culture explored one young woman’s mission for the Navajo Nation Crown.
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