Navajo Nation Bans Sale of Tobacco: Industry ‘Colonized a Product that Was Sacred’

A Navajo who studies the use of cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and chewing tobacco by Native Americans commented on the Navajo Nation’s permanent ban on the sale of tobacco, a product first cultivated by Native Americans but was “colonized” by white farmers.

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