"Many Navajo citizens raise concerns regarding impositions and violations of their human rights when they are removed from their original homelands to other locations. In addition to the ongoing concerns and issues pertaining to the Navajo-Hopi land disputes, Navajos also raised concerns regarding the removal in Page, Arizona when the dam was constructed, the meandering river in Bluff, Utah which created hostile relationships between community members, and families removed from their homelands when companies settled on the Navajo Nation such as the mining companies. Navajo directly affected by forced relocation are increasingly interested in implementing the Declaration on the Navajo Nation."

Source: NNHRCs Assessing Race Relations Public Hearing Report