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In a pandemic, Navajo community steps up for its vulnerable

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TEESTO, Ariz. – For as long as Raymond Clark has lived alone on this quiet stretch of the Navajo Nation under the watch of the “Praying Mountain,” he has depended on everyone yet no one.

The 71-year-old has no vehicle or running water but is content hitchhiking and carrying jugs down a dusty washboard road to replenish his supply.

He works at home in Teesto painting murals and silversmithing, but friends often stop by. Or at least they did before the pandemic.

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