Share 'For Many Navajos, Getting Hooked Up To The Power Grid Can Be Life-Changing'
Neda Billie says she's so excited to turn the lights on in her home on the Navajo Nation. About 10% of Navajos on the reservation live without electricity, and as much as 40% have to haul their water and use outhouses.
Neda Billie has been waiting to turn on lights in her home for 15 years.
"We've been living off those propane lanterns," she says. "…
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