/ Modified apr 8, 2016 3:49 p.m.

How 'Finding Nemo' Helps Navajo Kids Connect with Native Tongue

Also on Arizona Spotlight: How changes to campaign finance laws may change Arizona's politics; StoryCorps; and "A Book I LOve".

finding navajo cast spotlight The Navajo voice cast for "Finding Nemo"

Featured on the April 8th, 2016 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

  • Arizona has a new campaign finance law that some argue will make it easier for "dark money" to influence elections. Christopher Conover takes a closer look, and gives an update on the investigation into problems connected to voting in last month's presidential primary...

  • How is the animated film Finding Nemo helping to preserve the endangered language of Navajo? Julie Luchetta visits Window Rock, Arizona to meet some of the people involved in a novel way to share their language and traditions with a younger generation...

  • Meet Tee Taylor, a woman who was a skydiving pioneer in the 1960s and is still breaking boundaries today, as interviewed by her neighbor Katy Estrella from the StoryCorps mobile booth in Tucson...

  • And, more friendly recommendations from Southern Arizona readers in A Book I Love...



ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT airs every Friday at 8:30 am and 6:00 pm, and every Saturday at 5:00 pm, on NPR 89.1 FM / 1550 AM.

storycorps_taylor_estrella_spot Adventure enthusiast Tee Taylor was interviewed by her friend Katy Estrella in the StoryCorps mobile booth in Tucson.
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