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Jlhan Gearon, executive director of the Navajo nation's Black Mesa Water Coalition, will host her "Just Transitions" talk on April 21 at Changemaker High School (1300 S. Belvedere Ave.). Gearon's presentation will address her own thoughts regarding "sustainable water use, renewable energy and locally based traditional economic development on the Navajo nation," according to its Facebook page. Talk starts at 6 p.m. For more information, check out the "Just Transitions" Facebook event page. Jlhan Gearon, executive director of the Navajo nation's Black Mesa Water Coalition, will host her "Just Transitions" talk on April 21 at Changemaker High School (1300 S. Belvedere Ave.). Gearon's presentation will address her own thoughts regarding "sustainable water use, renewable energy and locally based traditional economic development on the Navajo nation," according to its Facebook page. Talk starts at 6 p.m. For more information, check out the "Just Transitions" Facebook event page.

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