Student Spotlight: Internship in D.C. will prepare Dinée Dorame to advocate for Indigenous women

Yale junior Dinée Dorame, a member of the Navajo Nation and Tábaahá (Edge of Water clan) born for Naakaii Dine'é (Mexican people), hopes one day to help improve the lives of Indigenous women through a career in law or as a policy maker.

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