1 hr 12 min

Episode 019: Adrian Herder (Tó Nizhóní Ání‪)‬ #beyondFLG

    • Society & Culture

Join Jake Peralta and Charles Boyle as they go #beyondFLG with Adrian Herder, who is the marketing and media manager for the non-profit organization Tó Nizhóní Ání which is the Navajo language for Sacred Water Speaks. Adrian is from the Black Mesa region of the Navajo Nation and currently resides in Flagstaff, AZ. He served as a volunteer with TNA for seven years before officially joining the team in 2020. Adrian has a background as an accomplished potter and artist, showing his work in several notable shows and art markets. In addition, he has designed many flyers, posters, and logos for businesses and organizations. Outside of TNA, Adrian has enjoyed running, taking photos of Diné life, and he admits to a consideration of mountain biking.

In this interview, we cover Adrian’s work with TNA and the important work that TNA is doing through education while simultaneously holding Peabody Coal accountable for the harm they’ve caused to Navajo land and people. We also discuss his connection to his home in Hardrock and Flagstaff and get into the topic of how he fell into the position of race director for the event Rezduro which was featured in the film “The Trails Before Us” and premiered at the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival this past Spring.

Thank you so much for joining us as we go #beyondFLG with Adrian Herder.

Tó Nizhóní Ání: https://tonizhoniani.org

Rezduro: https://rezduro.com

Trails Before Us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWEzoFy8cDQ&t=138s

Join Jake Peralta and Charles Boyle as they go #beyondFLG with Adrian Herder, who is the marketing and media manager for the non-profit organization Tó Nizhóní Ání which is the Navajo language for Sacred Water Speaks. Adrian is from the Black Mesa region of the Navajo Nation and currently resides in Flagstaff, AZ. He served as a volunteer with TNA for seven years before officially joining the team in 2020. Adrian has a background as an accomplished potter and artist, showing his work in several notable shows and art markets. In addition, he has designed many flyers, posters, and logos for businesses and organizations. Outside of TNA, Adrian has enjoyed running, taking photos of Diné life, and he admits to a consideration of mountain biking.

In this interview, we cover Adrian’s work with TNA and the important work that TNA is doing through education while simultaneously holding Peabody Coal accountable for the harm they’ve caused to Navajo land and people. We also discuss his connection to his home in Hardrock and Flagstaff and get into the topic of how he fell into the position of race director for the event Rezduro which was featured in the film “The Trails Before Us” and premiered at the Flagstaff Mountain Film Festival this past Spring.

Thank you so much for joining us as we go #beyondFLG with Adrian Herder.

Tó Nizhóní Ání: https://tonizhoniani.org

Rezduro: https://rezduro.com

Trails Before Us: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dWEzoFy8cDQ&t=138s

1 hr 12 min

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