What if the nearest source of clean water was miles away from your home? Picture a world where access to this basic necessity is not a given, but a struggle. That's the reality for many in the Navajo Nation, and our guest, Cindy Howe, director of the Navajo Water Project at DigDeep, knows it all too well. Yet her passion for bridging the water divide shines through as she talks about the importance of local leadership and collaboration in addressing this crisis, while fighting the recent Supreme Court ruling against the Navajo Nation's water rights. This episode is enriched with stories of joy and relief as families experience running water in their homes for the first time. It promises to be a compelling look at the human right to clean water and the fight to secure it.